Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, had a message for Democrats on Sunday, stating that an infrastructure bill could become a reality if they focus on traditional goals instead of extending their reach to liberal agenda items.
In a conversation with “Fox News Sunday,” McCaul said that he believes infrastructure is a bipartisan issue. He added that the best chance to get something done is through an agreement between the White House and the Senate, blaming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for hurting the cause by blocking a vote on a bipartisan bill.
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“I think what the House, what Pelosi put forward was a totally partisan measure,” McCaul said. “You know, one out of every two dollars went to the Green New Deal; totally unacceptable to Republicans.”
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