On the hillside of Biden, with a boost, plans to buy an infrastructure bill for the city centre and sign a ceremonial ceremony for the infrastructure bill

On the hillside of Biden, with a boost, plans to buy an infrastructure bill for the city centre and  ...

- At a ceremony expected to celebrate the passing of a $1 billion infrastructure bill, President Joe Biden will sign a public infrastructure bill on Monday. The ceremony will attract the Democratic and some Republicans who were instrumental in achieving the bill's final end.

The measure is expected to create jobs in the whole country by dispersing billions of dollars to state and local governments to fix crumbling bridges and roads and expanding broadband internet access to millions of Americans.

The White House said on Sunday that Biden named former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu as a supervisor for the implementation of the infrastructure efforts. read more.

The ceremony scheduled to take place on the White House South Lawn to accommodate a large crowd is rare as parties willing to stand together and celebrate bipartisan achievement.

The bill had become a partisan lightning rod with Republicans complaining that Democrats who control the House of Representatives delayed its passage to ensure party support for Biden's $1.75 trillion social policy and climate change bill, which Republicans rejected.

The three republican lawmakers who broke ranks to support the measure and joined their party have been targeted by the former president, Donald Trump and some of their own colleagues.

last week, the Democrat Partys Mitch McConnell said he was unable to attend the signing ceremony because he had "other things I needed to do."

The words "infrastructure week" became a Washington punch line during Trump's four years in the White House, when plans to focus on transportation, as well as cities, are repeatedly derailed.

In addition to its strength, Biden tries to fight against the rising inflation and gasoline prices which contribute to a downing in his job approval ratings. The Democratic president and his party are keen to show they can move forward in his agenda ahead of the midterms in November 2022 if Republicans get elected.


The rise of US consumer prices is the latest in 31 years, driven by price rises in the cost of gasoline and other goods. Republicans slammed Biden's spending agenda. Read more, the report shows.

The economists of Biden said: 'Why not to fall in the pandemic or the COVID-19 pandemic?' While on Sunday, the advisers against his policies would likewise defend his policy. But 'a rise of inflation was not a result of the administration's programs, they said.

"The inflation of the time is not really rising, now in the future," says Brian Deese, director of the White House National Economic Council, on NBC's "The Press." "But we are facing an economic crisis."

In separate television appearances, they said they expect the infrastructure legislation, as well as the $1.75 trillion "Build Back Better" bill, to help drive inflation.

The package "Build Back Better" includes provisions for childcare and preschool, eldercare, healthcare, prescription drug pricing, and immigration.

Deese said he was confident that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would propose that bill to be a vote this week. That will be a first step for the Senate, but it hasn't yet taken up the legislation, and Democratic divisions could threaten its chances in the chamber.


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