Biden was forced to scale back his radical agenda in an effort to save it.
The White House on Thursday unveiled a $1.75 trillion framework for President Joe Biden’s social-spending plan, dramatically curtailing its economic ambitions in an effort to appease the centrist holdouts Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and break a logjam in negotiations bogging down the party.
CNN first reported the framework, which Biden is set to speak about later Thursday. It includes investments in childcare, housing, and climate, among other things.
The agreement would encompass $1.75 trillion in spending over 10 years — half of Biden’s initial proposal for the Build Back Better plan. Some key provisions include:
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Trump released a statement mocking progressives for being taken advantage of by moderate Democrats.
"It’s wonderful to see the moderate Democrats take such total advantage of the ultra Liberal Progressives in the House. They promised the Progressives everything and are giving them nothing. No wonder AOC +3 are so angry!" – President Donald J. Trump pic.twitter.com/YIJd1msC4c
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) October 30, 2021
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