LIVE: President Biden delivers remarks on his bipartisan infrastructure bill – 10/20/2021

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President Biden delivers remarks promoting his bipartisan infrastructure deal and Build Back Better agenda.

Biden pushes progressive and centrist Democrats closer to a deal on Build Back Better bill. Biden huddled with members of the two warring factions of Democratic lawmakers Tuesday, in a bid to salvage his sprawling economic agenda.

By late Tuesday, there were some signs of progress towards a compromise between progressive and moderate Democrats.

The talks came as Democrats struggled to bridge deep divisions within their caucus over a massive bill to invest in the social safety net and climate policy.

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LIVE: President Biden delivers remarks on his bipartisan infrastructure bill – 10/20/2021

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