Joe Biden on Tuesday signed the PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) extension into law.
The Paycheck Protection Program was created under the Trump Administration last year to help small businesses survive during the Covid lockdowns.
The deadline to apply for a PPP loan was extended from March 31 to May 31.
The law also “extends authorization of loans to June 30 to give the Small Business Administration additional time to process applications.” according to CBS News.
Joe Biden took two minutes to explain he was signing the PPP extension act into law and thanked Senators for pushing the bill through Congress.
After Biden signed the bill, his handlers aggressively shouted down reporters trying to ask questions.
Biden just sat there as his handlers shielded him from reporters.
Biden handlers aggressively shout down reporters trying to ask questions after PPP signing pic.twitter.com/ZHoA6MGnvZ
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 30, 2021