The Senate’s inability to supervise the government’s unprecedented crisis spending is an ‘institutional failing,’ says the leader of the Upper Chamber's largest group.
Independent Senators Group Leader Yuen Pau Woo, left, clashed with non-affiliated Sen. Jane Cordy and Conservative Senate Leader Don Plett over a motion to set up committees to oversee the government's response to the COVID-19 crisis. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Senate leaders are laying blame on each other after a motion to create two committees to oversee the government’s response to the COVID-19 crisis was shut down in the Chamber on March 25.
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‘The Radical Left Lamestream Media, together with their partner, the Do Nothing Democrats, are trying to spread a new narrative that President Trump was slow in reacting to Covid 19,’ says U.S. President Donald Trump in a tweet.