As Democratic infighting continues over their $3.5 trillion social spending legislation, the fate of Joe Biden's presidency and the Democrats' majority in Congress hang in the balance. While moderate Democrats have pushed for legislation with a significantly lower price tag , progressives have dug their heels in, refusing to vote for a bill that is less than $3.5 trillion. Progressives have also threatened to kill the president's bipartisan infrastructure bill, which is scheduled for a final vote tomorrow , if the moderates don't make a reconciliation counteroffer that is robust enough by their standards. Ultimately, President Biden Joe Biden Haiti prime minister warns inequality will cause migration to continue Pelosi: House must pass 3 major pieces of spending legislation this week Erdoğan says Turkey plans to buy another Russian defense system MORE must act urgently, using his influence among Democrats and moderate Republicans in the House to ensure the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure agreement, first and foremost. ADVERTISEMENT Simultaneously, the president along with Democratic leaders in Congress must develop a set of principles or a framework that will convince progressives not to kill the bipartisan infrastructure plan, and then work to negotiate down the size of the $3.5 trillion… Read full this story
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