The deadlock shifts the onus onto the president and whether he will implement those orders or if conversations will continue.
He refused to say whether it would restore the $US600 federal unemployment benefit that expired in late July.
Schumer said that their compromise would have been "mainly in terms of dates", implying that the figures in the Democrats' plan would've gone down by shortening the lifespan of certain aid and benefits.
At a press conference on Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said that she offered to knock a trillion dollars off the price of the HEROES Act - a $3.4 trillion dollar bill passed by the House in May that has sat on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-KY) desk for almost three months - if Republicans agree to add a trillion dollars to their plan. US stocks climbed Thursday on optimism that the two sides will come to terms on a stimulus deal.
After a three-hour meeting on Thursday in Speaker Pelosi's Capitol Hill office, the negotiators emerged with no agreement and pointing the finger at the other side.
Pelosi said the parties are a "couple hundred billion dollars apart" on how much money to allocate for reopening schools.
But Meadows claimed Democrats were being stubborn.
"There's a lot of areas of compromise", he said after Friday's meeting.
'We are willing to do a smaller deal, ' Mnuchin said. "And we should do it in a way that is bipartisan as we have done every other bill". "We discussed the same issues".
'Certainly there are limitations with what we can do from an executive order point of view but we will be as aggressive and robust as we possibly can be, ' Meadows said.
A second week of negotiations have come to an end without a deal in Congress for a new stimulus package to revive the U.
Speaking from his New Jersey golf club Friday evening, Trump said "if Democrats continue to hold this critical relief hostage I will act under my authority as president to get Americans the relief they need".
The proposal comes because the president and congressional leaders agreed that People will want extra assist past the $2.2 trillion package deal signed into regulation by Trump final month.
'These executive orders, which will leave most people out, will not cover the broad expanse of what's needed, will be litigated in court and be awkward and hard to implement. "They said absolutely not".
Trump said he may issue executive orders on home evictions, student loan debt and allowing states to repurpose COVID relief funding into their unemployment insurance programs.
Democrats proposed a $3 trillion bill called the HEROES Act, passed by House Democrats in May, while Republicans unveiled their $1 trillion HEALS Act last week. "Unfortunately, they rejected it", Schumer said.
Frustration was palpable among Republican senators shuttling in and out of a GOP lunch session, some of whom say Schumer is intent on using the situation as a hammer against Republicans. Republicans said Pelosi was relying on budget maneuvers to curb costs and contended she has overplayed her hand.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants a price tag of $3.4 trillion.
Democrats have not budged so far, arguing that the new percentage-based system can not be adopted quickly in scores of states.