WASHINGTON — Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, the top Democratic negotiator on the bipartisan infrastructure deal, is scheduled to visit the White House on Tuesday to meet with President Joe Biden, a person familiar with the plan said.
The two intend to discuss infrastructure talks "and their shared optimism that progress has been made and a final deal is within reach," said the source, who was granted anonymity to discuss details about a private meeting.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said she expects the group to eventually reach a deal.
"We are making good progress on both tracks: the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the budget resolution with reconciliation instructions," Schumer said Tuesday, referring to the separate $3.5 trillion proposal that Democrats want to advance without Republicans.
"And to reiterate, senators should prepare to work through the weekend in order to finish the bipartisan infrastructure bill."
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