White House Advisor Steve RichettiThe central senator’s message late last week was an effort to ease: President Biden would clarify that he didn’t mean it when he said he would not sign a bipartisan infrastructure deal unless he “did it.” accompanied by a broader liberal bill
by Monday it is liberal Democratic Party That was approached by senior White House officials who sought to ease concerns about Biden̵7;s infrastructure ambitions and explain what the president meant in his speech. More discussions are planned on Tuesday with Congressional Progressive Caucus
Biden, meanwhile, heads to Wisconsin on Tuesday to offer a bipartisan deal. This chaotic behind-the-scenes effort to control damage shows just how fragile the deal is. Biden appears to be attuned to being a centrist senator at the moment, but in cracking down on one critical group He might alienate others — the liberals of his own party.