Bernie Sanders says spending bills of $ 300,000 and $ 300,000 is likely to be reduced.

In order for the bipartisan bill of buildings and the massive social media use to pass, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Said Sunday $ 300 million of the $ 3 million budget adjustment cost is likely to be reduced.

“Three and a half trillion should be minimal, but I agree that there is more to be done,” Sanders told ABC “This Week” a supporter of Jonathan Karl.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Budget reform requires investment in climate change, child care and other social programs, and has increased the amount beyond the bipartisan housing bill, which includes measures to improve national infrastructure.

“The two bills are moving forward,” Sanders said, reiterating the call for continued renovation of the buildings until the spending bill is passed.

Moderate Sens. For a small minority of the Democratic majority in the Senate, no bill is passed unless they have all the Democrats’ votes.

Cinema issued a statement on Saturday accusing the progress of the “impossible” and criticized the Democratic leadership for failing to pass a political agreement.

“Refusing Americans to millions of well-paying jobs, safe roads, clean water, reliable electricity and better Broadband are just hurting families every day,” Sinema wrote.

Asked by Karl to respond to his statement, Sanders said he thought the Movie was “not fair” and said all bills should go together, adding that he voted for the real estate bill.

“We are not just taking or capturing Sen. Manchin and Sen Sinema, we are taking over all the ruling power of the country,” Sanders replied. “Currently the pharmaceutical companies, the health insurance companies, the fossil industry are spending hundreds of billions of dollars to prevent us from meeting the needs of the American people.”

“This is a test of whether democracy can work,” Sanders said. “I am very confident and hope that the Democratic caucus and the president – I know they will stand – are strong.”

Biden spent the last week talking to members and visiting Capitol Hill on Friday to meet with House Democrats. According to the conference proceedings, the president recommended lowering the budget for their budget from $ 1.9 billion to $ 200,000 to a compromise.

Sanders said he was not sure if it was “true” to say that Biden would live on a reconciliation package worth $ 2,000.

“The president also said that small amounts of money can make history, but [for] you, $ 2 trillion is not enough? Karl insisted.

“What the president is saying is that what we are trying to do is for the working families of this country, for children, for the elderly, we are trying to enact a very important law since the Great Depression, and right,” Sanders responded.

Manchin said he would not vote for more than $ 2,000 on reconciliation documents. Asked how they could proceed without his vote, Sanders said the bill was funded by adding taxes to “wealthy people who do not pay union taxes.”

“If Manchin wants to pay for it, I’m here, let’s do it, and by the way, you can pay it $ 3.5 trillion, you can pay it $ 6 trillion,” Sanders said. “We have a lot of money and economic inequality in this country.”

Democratic Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe called the $ 3.5 trillion high price of tea. Emphasized that the Democratic struggle would not only hurt Democrats internally, but would also hurt McAuliffe in his November race, Sanders said he “wished Terry McAuliffe good luck” and emphasized the popularity of the reconciliation bill.

“What we are fighting for is exactly what the American people want,” Sanders said.

Sanders strengthened his confidence in passing two bills.

“At the end of the day, I’m sure we’ll have a strong building code, and we’ll have a great reconciliation law that addresses the needs of the American people,” Sanders said.


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