White House spokesman Kayleigh mcenany said the trump administration would consider a $25 billion plan for the U.S. Postal System as long as Congress can provide other anti epidemic assistance measures sought by the White House. “We are certainly willing to consider the $25 billion, but we hope that the plan will also include assistance to the American people,” mcenany told reporters at the White House on Wednesday < / P > < p > and the White House are deadlocked in new stimulus negotiations, demanding more money than Republicans – a gap of at least $1 trillion. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to vote on a $25 billion postal grant on Saturday, fearing that the postal system will not have enough resources to handle the mail vote in the November election. White House officials have previously said they are willing to provide $10 billion to the post office. A draft Senate Republican bill converts previous $10 billion loan proposals into grants. < p > < p > mcenany said the White House wants any smaller bill to include payments to protect against the economic impact and additional funding for small businesses through the pay protection program. Current president trump, who has fallen behind presidential candidate Joe Biden in the polls, is launching a political action to paralyze the postal system, according to people. Trump denied this.