vice versa HopefullyThe U.S. Congress will not vote on President Joe Biden’s colossal social climate plan on Friday, November 5, Democratic President of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi announced.
However, the House of Representatives met this morning with a clear goal: to validate Joe Biden’s plans, which would cost $ 3 trillion (approximately 6 2,600 billion), thanks to which he promises to transform the United States.
The President of the United States’ plan includes a very large social component, especially the nursery school for all, profound progress in health care, and significant investment in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which means a profound redefinition of the welfare state in the United States.
But the plan has been the subject of some difficult discussions within the Democratic Party, especially between the Left and the moderate camp. Its total cost has already been halvedIt is planned to reach $ 1,750 billion.
Voting is expected before November 25
Throughout the day, the Democratic Speaker of the House of Representatives tried to mobilize his troops and inspire the president’s plans. “The program we are promoting is innovative and historic, which makes it a challenge.”, As they explained in their letter to the Democrats, explaining these internal strife between the party’s elected officials.
But last-minute talks – moderately elected officials demanding the exact cost of these expensive expenses – stalled the process and forced Congress leaders to postpone the vote again. Now expect it “Before Thanksgiving” According to Nancy Pelosi, it’s before November 25th.
Little consolation to the President, said this experienced politician still “Hope” A vote in the House tonight on another major investment plan by Joe Biden, the $ 1.2 trillion envelope to repair the country’s crumbling infrastructure and invest in high-speed Internet and US car of electric cars.
With the support of elected officials from both parties, this massive investment plan has already been approved by the Senate in mid-August. His passage in the church would mark Joe Biden’s victory (half-heartedly) and he would have to accept the text.
The president, who is facing a weak popularity rating following his heavy defeat in this week’s local election in Virginia, has little need for that victory. But the Progressive Party of the Democratic Party has repeatedly warned that it will not support the phrase without assurance that Joe Biden’s social and climate factor will pass.
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