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For months, Capitol Hill has been debating the passage of both the Infrastructure bill and the Biden Build Back Better Spending plan. Democratic moderates Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) have shown a lack of support for the spending bill, while in the House, members of the Progressive Caucus have vowed not to vote for the infrastructure bill unless it was tied to passage of the Build Back Better spending plan.
Consumers are already upset over the skyrocketing fuel prices; however, on Monday, talk regarding possibly shutting down yet another pipeline fueled even more concern regarding the economy at this time. Politico originally released a story stating that the Biden Administration "is currently exploring the possibility of taking action to terminate the operation of Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline."
Joe Biden was sworn into the office of President of the United States on January 20, 2021. He is the 46th and current president of the United States. Biden was a Senator representing the state of Delaware for nearly four decades.
Within the last two months, John Durham's investigation into the Steele dossier, the FISA warrants issued as a result of said documents, and the behavior of certain government officials has netted some high-profile indictments. Some individuals feel as if they have been vindicated, including members of the Trump family and individuals such as Carter Page.