NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A t the White House on Thursday, President Biden, flanked by a group of five Democratic senators and five Republican senators, announced: “We have a deal.”
The deal that Biden and the ten senators had agreed to was a legislative framework to spend $579 billion on infrastructure over the next five years.
Biden noted that Republicans hadn’t agreed to include any of his social-welfare spending in the deal.
“We’ll see what happens in a reconciliation bill in the budget process,” Biden said of the spending proposals not included in the deal. “If we get some compromise there, and if we can’t, see if I …