字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 new problems this morning for the government small business bailout program. You're a little guy. Chances are you're you're going to the back of the line Congress approving another $484 billion for loans after the first round of funding ran out. But new reports claim at least 75 publicly traded companies, some worth more than $100 million cashed in on the first payout to the intent of this was for business that needed the money. While Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin insists those big businesses will pay that money back, Trump called out one institution in particular. They have a one of the largest endowments anywhere in the country, making the world a guess on there. But Harvard is now denying the accusation, insisting the funding it got did not come through the paycheck protection program. This as new concerns surfaced over the application process for the program that I was shocked and frustrated you, I need to catch a break. Officials now revealing a possible glitch, caused the personal information of thousands of applicants to be leaked, compromising their Social Security numbers and credit data. Jump through all of these hoops and have now worry about whether all of my financial information, both personally and professionally, has been compromised is really upsetting. It comes amid a fierce debate over when it's safe for those struggling businesses to reopen. We have toe work, you know, we have to steal maintaining bills, and that's just the reality of it. One of President Trump's closest allies even voicing his concern, Senator Lindsey Graham tweeting. I worry that our friends and neighbors and Georgia are going too fast too soon. White House task force Dr Deborah Berks insists states must meet certain criteria before lifting restrictions. If there's a way that people can social distance and do those things, then they can do those things. I don't know how, but people are very creative. But some state leaders argue that maintaining social distance should not be the top priority. There are more important things than living, and that's saving this country for my Children, my grandchildren and saving this country for all of us. Georgia and Tennessee could see stores open their doors as early as Friday, to the dismay of some local leaders. I pray that the number of Georgians who are infected and die will not increase significantly in the coming weeks as a result, lifting of the restrictions and South Carolina is working to ease restrictions despite the state failing to record two weeks of reduced cases. I know I feel very uncomfortable reopening so quickly. We need to see that all of the steps that we've taken in all of this pain we've undergone is gonna, uh, truly flatten the curve and keep us safe rather than potentially jumping the gun. And in Georgia, there are new guidelines for salons and barbershops to reopen. State officials say Salon should consider administering temperature checks on their employees and clients, maintain social distancing and wear masks at all times. Kenneth, Mona, Megan Thank you Hi, everyone. George Stephanopoulos Here. Thanks for checking on ABC News YouTube channel. If you'd like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage, click on the right over here to subscribe to our channel. And don't forget the download.