MARIA BARTIROMO (ANCHOR): The terms of this package doesn't make any sense to me. Because you're giving a small business the loan and expecting it to be forgiven if the small business gives that money right out the window to its employees, who are at home. And they don't have any revenue. So to accept that money and get it forgiven, to give it to my employees during a period where I don't have any revenue, I'm in shutdown mode, I only have eight weeks, the clock is ticking. That does not stop me from going bankrupt afterwards. That's on the Small Business Administration -- the Small Business Administration wasn't prepared for the wave that they saw. They gave out $23 billion in one year and they were expected to process $350 billion within three weeks. And so to me I think it's the Small Business Administration who wasn't ready, not the banks.
DAGEN MCDOWELL (FOX BUSINESS ANCHOR): The economic injury disaster loan program, which is another option for small businesses, there -- as of last week there were 4 million businesses had applied for these disaster loans looking for $383 billion. Congress had only allocated $17 billion for that program through the SBA. And in terms of the paycheck protection loans, the terms of those that 75% if you want this loan to be forgiven, 75% has to go toward your payroll, that was designed by Congress. That was part -- that's really on Congress, how that was constructed and on the Treasury department by extension.