Pelosi Reiterates Pledge to Bottle Up Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

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Hours after announcing a deal on infrastructure with a bipartisan group of ten senators last Thursday, President Biden said he wouldn’t sign the bipartisan deal unless Congress also passed a partisan reconciliation bill that boosts social spending (potentially by trillions of dollars). On Saturday, Biden kindasorta walked back his threat. 

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Earlier this week, Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell demanded that Speaker Nancy Pelosi “de-link” the bipartisan deal and the partisan reconciliation bill, but Pelosi said at a press conference today that she’s not budging: 

Pelosi reiterates her position that House won’t take up bipartisan bill or reconciliation bill until Senate passes both

“The statement that I made, yes that is the statement I stand by”

— Sarah Ferris (@sarahnferris) June 30, 2021

Some moderate Democrats are asking Pelosi to take up the bipartisan bill (if it passes the Senate) as soon as possible.

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