President Joe Biden is set to meet with two Democrats Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema in the hope that he can persuade them to support his massive $3.5 trillion infrastructure package.
President Joe Biden's $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending is in serious trouble as Democratic Senator from West Virginia will not support even half of the proposed legislation placing the massive proposal in serious jeopardy.
With the disastrous Afghan withdrawal, President Biden is also facing failures on domestic policies such as the poor rollout of the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, wasted COVID vaccinations, and losing track of illegal immigrant.
Democrats are hoping that President Biden can recover and bounce back from the recent crisis and challenges to his presidency from the delta variant to the ongoing turmoil in Afghanistan.
With President Biden poll numbers dropping precipitously, its understandable that the president would want to pivot to domestic issues, unfortunately the GOP and moderate Democrats won't let him.
Despite Democratic West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin's who wrote an Op-ed in the Wall Street Journal last week stating that he wouldn't support the president's $3.5 trillion spending package, but White House Senior Advisor Cedric Richmond said on Sunday President Joe Biden will continue to push for the passage of his signature legislation.
Dozens of Democrats back Republican push to increase defense spending by $25 billion more than Biden requested
Dozens of Democrats have joined Republicans to increase defense spending as the Biden administration has slowed military spending.
The way President Biden and his administration handled the Afghan evacuation has even half the Democratic Party unimpressed with his Afghanistan endgame.