COVID-19 cases are surging again in the United States. Inflation is also on the rise while U.S. President Biden is trying to persuade Congress to pass a $3.5 trillion-dollar infrastructure bill.
President Biden visited Capitol Hill Wednesday. He met with politicians from the Democratic party and pushed his plans to invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure.
- Joseph Williams is the senior news editor at U.S. News & World Report.
- Chris Prudhome is a Republican Party strategist
- Douglass Sloan is Principal & Sr. Political Analyst with the National Capitol Strategy Group
- William Lee is Chief Economist, Milken Institute
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