President Joe Biden has dished on his closed-door negotiations with congressional Democrats over his $2 trillion social welfare and climate spending package, but the White House and Capitol Hill’s lack of public clarity regarding how Democrats plan to contend with the looming debt limit have observers rattled to frustrated.

BIDEN DISAPPOINTS FAR LEFT AND FIRST LADY WITH SPENDING PACKAGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DROPOUT
Biden conceded that his social spending package will likely include four weeks of paid family medical leave instead of his proposed 12 and an $800 voucher for dental care rather than expanded dental, vision, and hearing Medicare coverage, among other programs, during a televised town hall.
But his administration’s insistence that Democrats and Republicans raise or suspend the debt ceiling together before the Treasury Department predicts …