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The Biden administration is turning its negotiations to a bipartisan group of 20 lawmakers as time runs out to strike a deal.
Instead of raising the corporate tax to 28% (from 21%), Biden proposed a minimum corporate rate of 15% to pay for new infrastructure projects.
The two sides remain far apart on the size of an infrastructure package, and even more critically, how to pay for it.
It's a "very, very generous" offer, one Senate Republican said of the pared-down $568 billion "framework."
“I would be surprised if there was support in the Republican caucus if the bill comes out at $1.9 trillion," said Sen. Susan Collins of Maine.
Nancy Beck doesn't appear to have the votes to get out of committee.
They'd rather not discuss the stunning reversal by a top Trump diplomat confirming a quid pro quo involving aid to Ukraine.
Trump was to get a personal sense of the concern —and perhaps questions about his strategy — from those in his own party at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
The polls are wrong, the opposition is distorting the truth, and tax cuts are "generally unpopular."
Either they are getting played by their leaders -- or they simply don't care