Biden optimistic deal can be reached on social spending bill capped at $1.9T: report


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Biden slashes spending bill target to between $1.75T and $1.9T: Report
According to a report on Tuesday, President Biden has privately informed Democratic lawmakers that he is optimistic that he can reach an agreement on a social spending plan of about $1.9 trillion, a spending target that will come from that huge economic overhaul. will mark the significant shortfall they initially envisioned.

The Washington Post, citing sources familiar with the matter, detailed a possible deal for the proposal to spend between $1.75 trillion and $1.9 trillion during a private meeting on Tuesday. The president is said to have shared the outline with at least some Democratic lawmakers.

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The revised package includes many of the original plan’s signature proposals, including Universal Pre-K, substantial investments in green energy, and expanded Medicare benefits. However, sources told the Washington Post that details were still subject to change.

Representative Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, center, along with other lawmakers, talks with reporters outside Washington’s West Wing, Tuesday, October 19, 2021, speech after her meeting with President Joe (AP newsroom)

The Post reported that the downsized spending plan could cut or curtail many programs supported by progressive leaders, including less money for affordable public housing, a one-year child tax credit extension only, and less paid vacation.

The latest spending benchmark indicates that Biden and other Democratic leaders have made significant cuts to their massive spending plan to achieve an agreement that satisfies both moderate and progressive Democratic lawmakers. Democratic leaders have set an October 31 deadline to reach an agreement on a spending plan and a separate $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal. Click here for more on our top story.

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Terry McAuliffe abruptly ends interview, tells Virginia local reporter ‘you should have asked better questions’
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe cut short his interview with a local Virginia TV station and scolded the reporter for not asking “better questions.”

WJLA 7News reporter Nick Minnock conducted interviews with the former governor and his GOP rival Glenn Youngkin, sharing the full interview and on-air highlights while releasing the tapes online.

However, WJLA anchor Jonathan Elias offered a disclaimer to viewers who may notice that Youngkin’s interview was much longer than McAuliffe’s.

Elias told the audience during Tuesday evening’s newscast, “So if you look at those full interviews on our website, we want to point out that the Terry McAuliffe interview is shorter than our interview with Glenn Youngkin. It’s our job. Wasn’t from.” “Nick offered both candidates 20 minutes to be absolutely fair to interview. McAuliffe abruptly ends the 7News interview after just ten minutes and tells Nick that he should have asked better questions and that Nick should be interviewed by 7News. The audience should have asked such questions. Said.” Click Here For More.

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Meghan McCain talks about being a conservative woman in mainstream media in exclusive ‘Hannity’ interview
Megan McCain joins “Hannity” for an exclusive interview in which she discusses her departure from “The View” on Tuesday.

After watching a clip of an exchange between McCain and “The View” hosts Joey Behar and Whoopi Goldberg, host Sean Hannity said, “I’m so sad to see it. Man, it’s cruel.”

McCain said the way he was treated made him rethink his job. “My four years in anthropological experimentation in left-wing media were over.”

As a “token conservative” on the show, McCain alleged that he was “targeted” and “treated differently” by fellow hosts because he was pro-life and “not to vote for president”. [Barack] Obama.”

“I don’t think people who go to liberal places, which is basically every other place except Granthshala News… I don’t think you should be punished for that… [but] Unfortunately that’s what happened to me.” Click Here For More.

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some parting words

Laura Ingraham said Portland, Oregon, is spiraling out of control with an ever-increasing violent crime rate, as state and municipal Democrats are largely ignoring the crisis. The host of “Ingraham Angle” noted Oregon Gov. Kate Brown claimed in August that the real crisis was one of right-wing violence:

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