GRIFF JENKINS (CORRESPONDENT): Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell says we have got to act, but Schumer and Pelosi say they have concerns, issuing a joint statement that says, “We are beginning to review Senator McConnell's proposal and on first reading, it is not at all pro-worker and instead puts corporations way ahead of workers.” That obviously a concern, Brian, you note. Now you've got the top White House folks — Mnuchin, Kudlow, Hazlett — all descending on the Hill today to meet face to face with Republicans and Democrats, to get this in some final legislative form that everyone can agree upon. Because there's a real sense here in Washington that this has to happen by Monday, and it cannot sustain these volatile markets. Guys?
STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Well, Griff, it sounds like politics is creeping back into it.
JENKINS: Well it certainly is, Steve. You know, the initial response from Schumer was that he was upset he was left out of the drafting. But, that is traditional. Now, the question really is whether politics can get out of it by the time they're going to work over the weekend.