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Live Live Updates: Republicans to Counter Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Four Republicans are expected to unveil a counterproposal on Thursday that could be as much as $1 trillion over eight years. Senate Republicans are expected to unveil a counterproposal to Biden’s infrastructure offer. President Biden’s budget request calls for the federal government to spend $6 trillion in the 2022 fiscal year. Mr. Biden must now decide whether to scale back his ambitions or to abandon hopes of a bipartisan compromise. The Biden administration had initially hoped to move its first slate of nominees by mid-April, an official said.
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President Joe Biden usually slips into the back pews of the mid-19th-century Catholic church during the priest's entrance procession. Kevin Gillespie, the pastor at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington's posh Georgetown neighborhood. Church has been a significant outlet for the nation's second Catholic president during his early days in office. "Proud to marry Brian and Joe at my house," Biden tweeted with a photo of the ceremony. Still a 'regular guy' at churchParishioners at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church in Wilmington are used to seeing Biden there.
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President Joe Biden usually slips into the back pews of the mid-19th-century Catholic church during the priest's entrance procession. Church has been a significant outlet for the nation's second Catholic president during his early days in office. "Proud to marry Brian and Joe at my house," Biden tweeted with a photo of the ceremony. Still a 'regular guy' at churchParishioners at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church in Wilmington are used to seeing Biden there. or, 'Was that Vice President Biden?'
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Former Vice President Mike Pence's political career should be toast. Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough guides then-Vice President Mike Pence in the tallying of the 2020 electoral votes on January 6 on Capitol Hill. Former Vice President Dan Quayle (left) hailed from Indiana, like former Vice President Mike Pence. "You can't take the risk of sitting it out, because (the opportunity) may never come back again," the Indiana Republican said. Then-President Donald Trump, left, and Vice President Mike Pence, right, on November 2, 2020.
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Opinion | Good Riddance, Leader McConnell
  + stars: | 2021-01-19 | by ( Jennifer Senior | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
If McConnell ultimately votes to convict Donald Trump in his second Senate impeachment trial — he has suggested he’s open to the idea — that won’t make him a hero, either. Which is why McConnell made his unholy alliance with Donald Trump in the first place. By his own admission, McConnell plays “the long game” (it’s the name of his memoir, in fact). What “long game” McConnell had failed to foresee: The problem was coming from inside the House. A quarter of his caucus helped fuel that siege by cynically disputing the results of a fair election.
Persons: McConnell, Donald Trump, , won’t, Alec MacGillis, ” Mitch McConnell, Mitch McConnell, Jan, ” McConnell, who’s, John Boehner, Bob Dole, Darth Vader, “ Aya, who’d Organizations: Republican
Democrats Work to Defy History in Georgia Runoffs That Have Favored G.O.P.
  + stars: | 2020-11-14 | by ( Carl Hulse | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +2 min
In 1992, Mr. Fowler, a former city councilman for Atlanta and congressman considered an up-and-coming force in the Senate, was seeking his second term. As Mr. Clinton prepared to move into the White House, Republicans saw an opportunity to deliver him a quick blow by defeating Mr. Fowler. He and Mr. Fowler raised clasped hands to celebrate what they anticipated as a coming victory. But Mr. Fowler had problems. Mr. Fowler was also facing backlash for his vote the year before to place Clarence Thomas on the Supreme Court.
Persons: Fowler, Mack Mattingly, Ronald Reagan’s coattails, Paul Coverdell, George Bush, Clinton, Bob Dole, Coverdell, Clarence Thomas, Thomas Organizations: Mr, Senate, Republican, Peace Corps, Democrat, Georgia, House, Republicans Locations: Atlanta, Clinton’s, Georgia, Bob Dole of Kansas, Little, Albany, Macon
Facebook and Twitter Can’t Fix Our Elections - The New York Times
  + stars: | 2020-11-03 | by ( Margaret O Mara | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.91   time to read: +2 min
The blockbuster earnings reinforce tech leaders’ belief that their products bring far more good to the world than bad. How could social media be all that terrible if so many people are willing to participate in it, and so many advertisers willing to pay for it? A similar attitude colors the social media giants’ relationship with Washington. Events like last week’s silly, shouty Senate hearing on social media regulation don’t help. Yet the tech landscape is far different, particularly in its relationship to political speech.
Persons: , ” Mark Zuckerberg, haven’t, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole Organizations: Washington . Tech, CompuServe
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