Before departing for Rome, President Joe Biden spoke at the White House and said that while no one got everything they wanted, the $1.75 trillion social welfare spending framework he proposed on Friday is still consequential and worthy of Democratic support.
Biden stated during his televised address that “any single part of this framework would fundamentally be viewed as a fundamental change in America” and that “taken together, they’re truly consequential.”
BIDEN UNVEILS $1.75 TRILLION RECONCILIATION FRAMEWORK AND PUSHES DEMOCRATS TO VOTE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE BILLS
The president addressed the divide between centrist and left-wing Democrats on the lengthy negotiations.
“We spent hours and hours over months and months working on this. No one got everything they wanted, including me, but that’s what compromise is. That’s consensus, and that’s what I ran on,” Biden stated. “I’ve long said compromise and consensus are the only way to get big …
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