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Biden drops spending bill target from $1.75T to $1.9T: Report
According to Tuesday’s report, President Biden told Democratic lawmakers privately that he believes they can come up with a plan for social spending. This would be a substantial reduction in the massive economic overhaul he originally envisioned.
Biden presented a possible deal to fund a $1.75 trillion-$1.9 trillion spending plan during Tuesday’s private meeting, according to the Washington Post, who cited sources with knowledge of the matter. According to reports, the president shared the plan with at most some Democratic legislators.
The revised package includes many of the original plan’s signature proposals, including universal pre-K, substantial investment in green energy and expanded Medicare benefits. Washington Post sources said that details could change.
Following their meeting with President Joe Bid on Tuesday Oct. 19, 2021 (AP Newsroom), Rep. Pramila Japal, D. Wash., is pictured with others lawmakers.
The Post reports that the Post’s downsized spending plan may result in several programs being cut or reduced. This includes less money for affordable housing and a one-year extension to child tax credits.
Biden, along with other Democratic leaders, have reduced their massive spending plan by significant amounts to make it more acceptable for both moderate and progressive Democratic legislators. Democratic leaders gave Oct. 31 as the deadline to come to an agreement over their spending plan and on a $1.2 trillion bipartisan deal for infrastructure. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR TOP STORY
Rand Paul: Democrats “will squeeze” money out of the ordinary citizen
WaPo’s editorial board castigates progressives in the Dem spending war: “Stop demanding” a revolution from Biden
Kudlow: Sinema, Manchin’make a beautiful couple’ and fight Democrats’ spending and tax agenda
NBC’s Chuck Todd claims that the ‘burden’ is on Biden and WH for resolving Dem infighting over spending: ‘Take Control of This!
Terry McAuliffe ends the interview abruptly, telling a Virginia reporter that he should have asked more questions.
Terry McAuliffe was a Democratic candidate for Governor. He cut off his interview with the local Virginia TV station, and complained to the reporter about not asking better questions.
WJLA 7News journalist Nick Minock interviewed Glenn Youngkin and the ex-governor. He shared highlights with viewers while also releasing transcripts of the interviews online.
WJLA’s anchor Jonathan Elias made a statement to viewers that Youngkin’s interview was longer than McAuliffe.
So if you are interested in the entire interview, please visit our website. We will point out that Terry McAuliffe’s interview is much shorter than Glenn Youngkin. Elias said Tuesday evening that it was not their fault. In order to make the interview fair and equitable, Nick offered each candidate twenty minutes. McAuliffe ended 7News interview abruptly after ten minutes. He told Nick that McAuliffe should have asked more questions, and that Nick should ask questions 7News viewers are interested in. He said that. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
MSNBC contributor: Republicans “going to cheat” to win 2022 Midterm Elections
Youngkin promises to hold Loudoun County officials accountable for alleged sexual assaults
McAuliffe and Harris on the trail together in tight race for Virginia governor
McAuliffe acknowledges that Stacey Abrams is telling Dem voters a “big lie”
Exclusive interview with ‘Hannity,’ Meghan McCain discusses being a conservative women in mainstream media.
Megan McCain was on “Hannity”, where she spoke exclusively about her exit from “The View” Tuesday.
It’s just that I am traumatized by it. Sean Hannity, host of “View,” commented after watching clip exchanges between McCain’s and Joy Behar and Whoopi goldberg.
McCain claimed that McCain’s treatment caused her to reconsider her career. “My four years spent in the anthropological experiment of left-wing media were over.”
McCain, who was perceived as the “token conservatism” of the show, claimed she was targeted and treated differently by other hosts because she is pro-life and doesn’t vote for President. [Barack]Obama
“I don’t think that people who go into liberal spaces, which is basically every other space except Fox News … I don’t think you should be punished for it … [but]That’s what unfortunately happened to me. CLICK HERE FOR MORE
Sunny Hostin, co-host of ‘The View,’ scolds Chicago’s Lightfoot over ignoring mandates for masks
– HOWARD KURTZ: Meghan McCain blames hostile ‘View’ colleagues for her exit in emotional memoir
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Laura IngrahamPortland, Oregon continues its spiral out of control, with an escalating violent crime rate and state and municipal Democrats continuing to ignore the crisis. “Ingraham Angle,” host, noted that Oregon governor. Kate Brown stated in August that the real crisis was right-wing violence.
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