Details emerged early Thursday about the nearly $1 trillion infrastructure compromise in the works by a bipartisan group of 21 senators that calls for $580 billion in new spending.
The group includes 11 Republicans and the framework’s endorsement is seen as a significant development in negotiations while President Biden was in Geneva meeting with Russian President Vladamir Putin.
TRUMP TALKS BIDEN-PUTIN MEETING IN ‘HANNITY’ EXCLUSIVE
A source told Fox News that Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona, two authors of the framework, will address the House Problem Solvers Caucus later this week with the hopes of marrying the two plans.
The House Problem Solvers Caucus came up with its own proposal earlier this month that comes with a $1.2 trillion price tag that spans eight years.
The White House issued a statement Wednesday praising the senators for the negotiations and said the outcome was “encouraging.”
Andrew Bates, the deputy press secretary, said Biden will be updated on the development when he returns to U.S. on Thursday.
DEMOCRATIC INFIGHTING THREATENS BIDEN’S BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE DEAL PUSH
Biden told reporters Wednesday that he had yet to see the proposal but remained hopeful a bipartisan agreement could be reached, despite weeks
Go To The SourceRead More