Sunday shows sneak peek: Democrats envision two-part infrastructure push; Michigan coronavirus cases on the rise


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President BidenJoe BidenBiden Appeals to California Occupational Safety Leader to Lead OSHA Romney detonates end of filibuster, US SCOTUS expansion reflects on cash payments to help curb migration READ MOREThe infrastructure plan and a surge in Michigan coronavirus cases are the issues that are expected to dominate Sunday’s news circuit.
Democrats have indicated that they will most likely split Biden’s infrastructure plan into two separate bills, although the overall plan will include funding for projects such as roads, bridges and mass transit, as well as child care, senior care and family tax credits.

The first part, which is priced at around $ 2.25 trillion, has already faced opposition from Republicans, who say the package is too expensive and distorts the parameters of what infrastructure plans are. supposed to cover.

Son. Roy BluntRoy Dean BluntDC delegate pushes for removal of Capitol fence despite car attack Coons says bipartisan infrastructure package is’ likely ‘smaller, not fully funded, Biden says compromise is’ inevitable »In terms of infrastructure (R-Mo.) Said last weekend that Biden would have to cut the package down to around $ 615 billion in order to get it through.

However, the president Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi Growing threat of Chinese law Pelosi planned to retire until Trump wins election: Biden report: “Prince Philip gladly devoted himself to the British people” READ MORE (D-Calif.) Said this week that she expects both packages to be passed by August and that Democrats could choose to pass them through budget reconciliation, which would allow the party to avoid the obstruction of 60 voice of the Senate.

“I think we will have two bills,” she told reporters during a press call Thursday. “We hope to be able to do – in particular [the] infrastructure invoice – with [bipartisan support]. … If we are to go towards reconciliation, it is a lever, but I hope it is not something we will have to do. “

Pelosi will appear on CBS “Face the Nation” this Sunday.

Transport secretary Pete ButtigiegPete ButtigiegButtigieg hopes cruises return by mid-summer Biden to host bipartisan infrastructure talks next week The Hill 12:30 pm Report – Brought to you by ExxonMobil – The world mourns the death of Prince Philip MORE, another key player in Biden’s infrastructure plan, will appear on CNN’s “State of the Union”.

However, Biden has expressed willingness to change aspects of his plan to win some GOP votes.

“Compromise is inevitable, changes are certain,” Biden said in White House remarks this week. “We will be open to good ideas and good faith negotiations. But here is what we will not be open to. We will not be prepared to do nothing. Inaction is simply not an option. ”

Meanwhile, an alarming rise in Michigan coronavirus cases has forced the White House to determine whether it should send additional vaccines there.

Gov. Gretchen WhitmerGretchen Whitmer Overnight Health Care: White House rejects call to send more doses of vaccine to certain states | White House warns states to expect low weekly J&J vaccine shipments White House refuses to send more vaccine doses to some states Bipartisan lawmakers urge Biden to send more vaccine to Michigan amid peak LEARN MORE (D-Mich.) Pleaded for Michigan to be a priority and get more hits, though the White House has so far rejected his request.

“There are tens of millions of people across the country in every state and county who have yet to be vaccinated,” Jeff ZientsJeff ZientsOvernight Health Care: White House rejects call to send more doses of vaccine to certain states | White House warns states to expect low weekly J&J vaccine shipments White House warns states to expect low weekly J&J vaccine shipments White House refuses to send more doses of vaccine to some States LEARN MORE, the White House coordinator for the COVID-19 response said this week.

“And the fair and equitable way to distribute the vaccine is based on the adult population by state, tribe and territory. This is how it was done, and we will continue to do so. “

“The virus is unpredictable,” he added. “We don’t know where the next increase in cases might be.”

Whitmer will also appear on “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

Here’s the full guest list for this Sunday’s talk shows.

ABC “This week” – Energy secretary Jennifer GranholmJennifer Granholm Biden climate officials advocate for jobs-based, environment-based infrastructure The Hill 12:30 pm Report – Presented by ExxonMobil – Biden Focuses on Gun Violence Watch Live: Secretary at Energy to join Psaki at White House press conference READ MORE; Son. Roger WickerRoger Frederick WickerBattle Lines Drawn on Biden Infrastructure Plan GOP Senator Hammers Biden Proposal to Raise Corporate Tax Rate Sunday Shows Sneak Peek: Democrats Consider Passing Infrastructure Bill ; health experts warn of fourth wave of coronavirus READ MORE (R-Mlle.).

«Meet the Press» de NBC – Secretary of State Antony BlinkLawmakers Antony BlinkenGOP Block Biden’s Aid to Palestinians Biden Loves Boycott of Georgia – So Why Won’t He Boycott Beijing Olympics? The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden attacks gun violence ‘epidemic’ amid shootings in SC and Texas READ MORE.

«Face the Nation» de CBS – Pelosi; representative Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn Cheney Trump faces potency test with early approvals Budowsky: Best for Demons: Trump Dominates GOP The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden’s infrastructure plan sparks debate over definition MORE (R-Wyo.); Whitmer; Tony Thurmond, California Superintendent of Public Education.

CNN’s “State of the Union” – Transport Secretary Pete Buttigieg; Gov. Asa HutchinsonAsa Hutchinson Arkansas legislature targets names of transgender students The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden attacks gun violence ‘epidemic’ amid shootings in South Carolina and Texas Trump blames Arkansas GOP governor for his veto on the transgender bill PLUS (R-Ark.); Rep. James Clyburn (DS.C.).

«Fox News Sunday» – Buttigieg; Sen. John ThuneJohn Randolph ThuneSchumer enters re-election mode The Hill’s Morning Report – Biden changes filibuster Biden allies consider two-step infrastructure strategy READ MORE (RS.D.); Governor Greg Abbott (R-Texas).

FOX News Channel Sunday Morning FuturesJohn RatcliffeJohn Lee Ratcliffe Former Trump officials eye candidacy for political post Grenell praises Buttigieg on becoming second openly gay cabinet member Senate confirms Biden chief intelligence officer, giving him first cabinet official MORE, former director of national intelligence; Herschel Walker, former NFL champion; representative Jim JordanJames (Jim) Daniel JordanCruz on Boehner: “I wear his drunken bloated contempt with pride” DOJ investigation into Gaetz involves cash payments to women: Grassley and Cornyn report call for Senate hearing at border KNOW MORE, (R-Ohio); Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R).

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