United States President Joe Biden visited Capitol Hill to speak with House Democrats Friday as he tried to make progress on his economic agenda.
Biden wants to get major Infrastructure and Reconciliation bills passed as part of his Build Back Better program. .
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President Biden pushed for Democrats to support a total cost of between $1.9T and $2.3T for the party's broader spending bill in a caucus meeting today, according to multiple sources in the room https://t.co/xcPr7WK5UT
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LATEST: Biden tells Democrats at the Capitol to pass both components of his economic agenda but says a vote on infrastructure can wait until a deal is reached on the rest of his plan.
“I’m telling you we are going to get this done,” the president said. https://t.co/tqXhdAUf7U
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