Congressman Rodney Davis: 'It's going to take leadership from the White House'

"We've got to worry about Main Street, it's the most at risk," says Rep Rodney Davis.

The Annie Frey Show
March 17, 2020 - 1:49 pm

(KFTK) – Illinois Congressman Rodney Davis joined Annie amid the Covid-19 self-distancing and Illinois presidential primary day.

Davis told Annie that the bills passed last week to address the outbreak and the economy are just the first-step. "The good news is we're lookng ahead, and I think you see  bipartsan support, and Republican support across the board" for future bills to help the economy and Americans. "I think you'll see a bi-partisan effort moving forward." 

Davis was non-committal on the possibility of sending money directly to Americans,  "we've go to come up with a plan  that's going to work in the short term but also in the long term. I never thought we'd get to the point where Andrew Yang might have been a psychic."

Davis said his daughter voted in Bloomington, "I think you'll see the lowest turnout in Illinois Presidential primary history," says Davis.


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