Joe Biden is continuing to push for bipartisan support on his infrastructure proposal.
American Jobs Plan
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) condemned Joe Biden’s $2.5 trillion infrastructure plan while calling it a list of the left’s priciest priorities.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg rolled back his claims that Joe Biden’s American Jobs Plan would create 19 million employment opportunities.
Joe Biden seems to be basing his infrastructure plan on a misrepresentation of data. A report from Tuesday revealed Biden’s promise that the massive legislative package would generate 19 million new jobs was based on a flawed understanding of economic projections.
The March jobs report came in higher than expected, capping off a week focused on infrastructure spending. On Wall to Wall, Greta spoke with Economist Stephen Moore about the labor market recovery and the impact of a massive infrastructure package.
More Republicans are sounding the alarm on Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, saying the proposal will bring job growth in the U.S. to a halt.
Joe Biden unveiled his massive infrastructure plan projected to cost roughly $2 trillion.