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Biden Hopes His ‘Build Back Better Plan’ To Pass the Senate

Biden os optimictic that 'pieces' of his Build Back Better plan can still pass in the senate (Photo FoxNews)
President Biden's high hope for his legislation the Build Back Better plan that the Congress can still pass even some parts of it.

President Biden’s high hope for his legislation the Build Back Better plan that the Congress can still pass even some parts of it.

Biden os optimictic that 'pieces' of his Build Back Better plan can still pass in the senate (Photo FoxNews)

President Biden’s high hope for his legislation the Build Back Better plan that the Congress can still pass even some parts of it.

The Build Back Better Plan

According to a published article of FOX NEWS, President Biden is optimistic that some of his legislation the Build Back Better plan could pass in Congress. During a press conference on Wednesday,  Biden said “I’m confident we can get pieces, big chunks, of the Build Back Better law signed into law,”.

The US President will not give up on much of what is laid out in his Build Back Better, the president claimed that his ideas remain politically popular, stating that ahead of this year’s midterm elections, Biden said that it was a matter of him speaking to Americans to “make the case” for what Democrats stand for and what “the other team’s” stands against.

However, the president conceded that he may have to accept defeat at least some aspect of his legislative proposal, citing the opposition of some members of his party to a certain revision of the bill while expressing confidence that lawmakers might pass “pieces” of Build Back Better separately.

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Manchin is not Supporting the core plan of the Build Back Better Bill but Sen. Tim Kaine believed that the recent Version of the Spending Bill might Pass

Biden’s legislative agenda has been blocked by Republican opposition. but also from pushback from Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia has expressed concerns over the inflation of Biden’s Build Back Better legislation, announcing last month that he would not vote for the package.

However,  Sen. Tim Kaine said that the most current version of Biden’s social spending and climate bill is “dead” because it was a lack of votes within the Democratic but the core provisions of the package will most likely succeed in the Senate.

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