Sen. Tommy Tuberville shared his concerns about Joe Biden’s infrastructure package while calling it “the Green New Deal in disguise.” One America’s Hans Hubbard reports.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) scoffed at calls from the GOP to cut the cost of Joe Biden’s massive infrastructure plan. On Thursday, the West Virginia lawmaker said Congress should not put limits on the amount to be spent on infrastructure.
U.S. Intelligence officials warned that China is looking to “change global norms” while expanding its technological capabilities and military power.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has been shaming Joe Biden for his bait-and-switch bipartisanship.
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.
While speaking at the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meeting on Thursday, Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell said the surge in U.S. spending as the economy reopens paired with limited supply is forecast to drive prices higher this year.
The Biden administration’s massive infrastructure plan continues to raise concerns among lawmakers and conservatives. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Tim Phillips, the President of Americans for Prosperity, who discussed the repercussions the infrastructure package would have on Americans.
Joe Biden’s running out of chances to show GOP lawmakers that he’s ready to ditch partisanship. On Monday, he told reporters that he’s ready to fight for his $2.3 trillion infrastructure bill. Republicans fear Democrats will push through the bill without their input much like they did with the massive coronavirus relief package passed last month.
Joe Biden is taking heat for appearing to lie about some of the funding behind his $2 trillion infrastructure package.