Mitch McConnell stands by Kevin McCarthy after a meeting with Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer, and Nancy Pelosi.
He says they established a "red line" with President Biden and they are NOT interested in revisiting the tax bill of 2017. McConnell said, "We're not interested in reopening the 2017 tax bill. We both made that clear to the president. That's our red line."
President Biden hosted the “Big Four” congressional leaders for the first time at the White House on Wednesday in hopes of finding areas of common agreement amid high partisan tensions in Washington.
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The meeting comes more than 100 days after Biden was sworn in as president. The group was expected to discuss Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal, among other topics, though members of both parties were skeptical that the two sides would have much of a breakthrough.
“When I ran, I said I wasn’t going to be a Democratic president, I was going to be a president for all Americans,” Biden told reporters who were allowed into the meeting for a brief two minutes. “The bottom line here is we’re going to see whether we can reach some consensus on a compromise. ... We’re going to talk a lot about infrastructure today.”
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