Biden’s bridge to nowhere

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WASHINGTON — President Biden’s push to make his $2.3 trillion framework charge a really bipartisan issue is facing an anticipated yet immovable issue: an absence of Republicans willing to go along.

Indeed, even as the White House hums with gatherings and as Cabinet secretaries troop up to Capitol Hill — as they did on Tuesday — the two gatherings are so far separated, it is hard to envision a situation in which they settle their disparities at any point in the near future.

In the event that that powerful holds, Biden might be compelled to utilize a similar beast administrative power he did to pass the $1.9 trillion Covid help bundle. Yet, doing so a subsequent time will be more unsafe strategically, possibly opening him to Republican assaults about huge spending, high-burdening dissidents.

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