With a split, reluctant Congress, the roadshow is Biden’s way of stirring up support in places where the plan will affect most
President Biden says compromise is part of legislating but not when it comes to programs he feels help America
Donald Trump promised a big infrastructure program. Never happened. Same for Barack Obama
The White House calls the plan “an investment in America’s future.” Republicans don’t care
American business adds to the problem when it sends jobs overseas
The President hopes he can get past the bitter partisanship that divides America to show that working together accomplishes more
Saying the “cost of inaction” is too great, Biden says he wants help from Republicans but if they refuse he will proceed anyway.
President-elect Joe Biden wants to see a new stimulus program from Congress before he assumes office on Jan. 20.
In a blockbuster report, The New York Times found Trump unable to pay his bills while living lavishly off his floundering businesses that lost millions and paying just $750 in taxes for 2016 and 2017.