"Stimulus negotiations are off, obviously we are looking at the potential of standalone bills. There are about ten things that we agree on and if the Speaker is willing to look at those things on a piece by piece basis then we are willing to look at it," Meadows said.
On Tuesday evening, after having shut down the negotiations on a comprehensive coronavirus package during the day, Trump wrote on Twitter that Congress should pass money for airlines, small businesses, and stimulus checks of $1,200 for individuals.
Pelosi told ABC's "The View" that Trump's tweets were an effort to rebound from "a terrible mistake," but she brushed aside questions about doing a slimmed-down aid package, still favoring a comprehensive version.
"It is really important for us to come to this agreement," she said.
Pelosi, however, did ask Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday to review a standalone bill for $25 billion in aid to airlines that Democrats tried to advance last week, her spokesman wrote on Twitter.
Mnuchin, who had been Pelosi's negotiating partner as they tried to reach a comprehensive package in recent days, had asked her about the possibility of a standalone airlines bill in a telephone call Wednesday.