However, Republicans say they are proposing the largest infrastructure proposal the party has ever supported. They had leaned on Biden to take the remarkable concessions they had offered.
“Although I appreciate President Biden’s willingness to devote so much time and effort to these negotiations, he ultimately decided not to adopt a very strong and focused infrastructure package and instead to end our discussions,” Capito said in a statement.
Now the focus will shift to a group of 20 senators, 10 from each party, who will meet on Tuesday afternoon and gather for months. This effort is led by senators, including Kirsten Cinema (D-Ariz.), Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), Mitt Romney (R-Utah) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio). They are closing the $ 900 billion infrastructure framework, but have not yet reached it.