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The President of the United States have Today Thursday, acknowledged all negotiations over his sweeping domestic policy.
The package will likely be pushed into the new year 2022, as he does not yet have the votes in the Senate to push the roughly $2 trillion bill to passage.
Joe Biden issued a statement as it became increasingly apparently that the Democratic senators would not meet their Christmas deadline.
This was because, the large part of unyielding opposition is from one holdout that is Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia.
The president said that the West Virginia senator reiterated his support for the framework he and the president had agreed to on the flagship bill. Biden said he also briefed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer about the most recent round of talks with Manchin.
I believe that we will bridge our differences and advance the Build Back Better plan, even in the face of fierce Republican opposition.
We will — we must — get Build Back Better passedBiden said in the statement.