The White House has announced that President Biden will sign the bipartisan infrastructure bill on Monday, and he will be joined by Republican lawmakers at the ceremony.
The White House said in a statement to PoliticusUSA:
On Monday, the president will host a bipartisan signing ceremony for his bipartisan infrastructure contract, the Infrastructure Investment and Employment Act. In addition to the president, there will be congressmen who helped draft this landmark economic growth bill, as well as a diverse group of leaders who fought for its enforcement across the country, from governors and mayors of both parties to union and business leaders.
At the signing ceremony, the president will highlight how he’s delivering on his commitment to rebuilding the middle class and the historic benefits of the bipartisan infrastructure deal for American families: millions of well-paid, unionized jobs for the working population, improvements in our ports and transportation systems, the supply chains empowerment, high-speed internet for every American, clean water for all children and families, the largest investments in our roads and bridges in generations, the most significant investments in public transportation of all time, and unprecedented investments in clean energy infrastructure.
In the coming weeks, the President, Vice President, and Cabinet will continue to tour the country communicating how the law will help communities grow the economy and position America for the 21st century.
The signing ceremony will be attended by the bipartisan group of lawmakers who negotiated the original bill with President Biden.
Given that House Republicans and their families have received death threats for voting for the bill, one can only imagine the outrage the Trump Domestic Terrorists party will get when Republican lawmakers attend the bill-signing ceremony Trump could never get passed into law.
The death threats don’t work. Republicans are seen with Biden and it could spark an all-out GOP crisis.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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