WASHINGTON

The House of Representatives approved by voice vote Friday an over $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, sending the bill to U.S. President Donald Trump to sign into law.

The voice vote came over objections from congressman Thomas Massie, a Republican who vowed to delay the bill’s passage by calling for a roll call vote that would have required many members of Congress return to Washington amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Massie’s effort earlier drew a stern rebuke from his fellow Republicans and Trump who called the Kentucky representative “a third rate Grandstander,” and called for him to be expelled from

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