Hicham Oumlil, a self-employed designer in Brooklyn, stated that he and his spouse, a furloughed inside designer, are each set to lose almost $600 per week, leaving the couple and their 7-year-old son with out a supply of revenue. Having paid lower than half of his lease every month for the previous three months, Mr. Oumlil, 48, stated he feared falling deeper into debt if the aid invoice didn’t turn out to be legislation.

“Our livelihoods have been shattered,” he stated. “The federal government is displaying no management. I’m floored by what’s presently occurring in Congress.”

After Home Republicans blocked a Democratic effort to unilaterally enhance the $600 direct funds to $2,000 per grownup, prime Democrats plan to carry a roll-call vote on the measure on Monday when the complete Home is current. Lawmakers might additionally doubtlessly approve a stopgap funding invoice to maintain the federal government working.

“Because the financial system continues to falter, people are hanging on by a thread and desperately want this federal aid to proceed to allow them to afford fundamentals like meals, drugs, diapers, telephone payments and housing,” stated Consultant Richard E. Neal of Massachusetts, the chairman of the Home Methods and Means Committee. “It’s underhanded and merciless for the president now to refuse to signal it into legislation and doubtlessly finish this brutal yr by inflicting much more ache and struggling on households in want.”

The president’s implicit menace to reject the spending package deal roiled Republicans on Capitol Hill, who stated Mr. Trump’s rebuke of the laws had taken them unexpectedly after they overwhelmingly supported the invoice. (In truth, lots of Mr. Trump’s complaints had been about measures within the authorities funding payments that had been in step with White Home funds requests.)

The direct funds had been stored at half of the unique $1,200 quantity authorized within the $2.2 trillion stimulus legislation in March, partly to accommodate a Republican reluctance to spend greater than $1 trillion, and there may be little indication a majority of Republicans would help such a rise.

“I hope the president seems to be at this once more and reaches that conclusion that the very best factor to do is to signal the invoice,” Senator Roy Blunt, Republican of Missouri, advised reporters this week. “I believe that might be to the president’s benefit if we had been speaking about his accomplishments relatively than questioning choices late within the administration, however, once more, Congress has little or no management over what the president can say.”