The federal government will continue to provide unemployment benefits of $400 a week (originally $600) for the unemployed, and “consider” a proposal to prohibit homeowners from evicting tenants. According to the Washington Post, trump is actually far less “generous” than he appears to be. < / P > < p > first of all, Trump’s suspension of payroll tax does not mean that there will be no payroll tax, it will only allow those people to delay paying their taxes. Ron Wyden, a member of the Senate Finance Committee, said trump was unable to extend $600 a week to 30 million unemployed people and that he “illegally issued administrative orders” to “cover up this failure.”. Secondly, the state government has to bear 25% of Trump’s $400 weekly relief. According to the associated press, several state governments in the United States have been under financial pressure due to the new epidemic. I am afraid that the “new task” assigned by the federal government will make it difficult for them. The governors of some states may not agree with Trump’s plan. There are about 110 million tenants in the United States. During the epidemic period, layoffs in the retail, hotel and catering industries have dealt a heavy blow to many people. Although trump has repeatedly said he wants to stop homeowners from evicting tenants, he has not done so. Instead, trump asked the U.S. Secretary of health and human services, Alex aza, and the director of the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, Robert Redfield, whether there was a real need to ban landlords from evicting tenants. < / P > < p > Trump’s executive order only requires Treasury Secretary Steven mnuchin and housing and urban development minister Ben Carson to find funds to help tenants. He does not provide more funds to help tenants. According to CNN, in the eyes of opponents, Trump’s plan will only provide limited relief to those who are still working, benefiting the high-income population, but not helping the unemployed. James Knightley, an economist at Dutch international group, a famous international financial services group, pointed out that the unemployment rate in the United States reached 10.2% in July this year, which is at a historical high level. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell also pointed out that “the U.S. economic recovery may be much more difficult than expected due to the epidemic, unemployment and reduced income. Because of weak demand, the prices of necessities have risen significantly, and even with unemployment benefits, the budget of the unemployed in the United States will be more strained. ” According to Fred Upton, a member of the US House of Representatives, 30 million Americans have lost their jobs since the outbreak. “That’s too bad. We are now beginning to get calls from desperate families asking us to give them a job. I understand American frustration. ” The Associated Press reported that trump could “go to court” by bypassing Congress’s decision on how to spend taxpayers’ money. As a result, people don’t know how long it will take Trump’s promised unemployment benefits to reach the unemployed. < / P > < p > more importantly, it is not clear how many states are willing to respond to trump’s request, and how many companies are willing to make employees pay payroll tax until 2021.