Biden hits road to push his struggling spending plans

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Washington (AFP) – President Joe Biden left Tuesday for a swing district in Michigan to try to bridge the divide in his Democratic party over an ambitious social spending and infrastructure program stuck in Congress. Unable to get his feuding party to agree in Washington, Biden was traveling to Howell, Michigan, where he will give a speech at a union training center. The venue, in a toss-up district won by Donald Trump during the 2020 presidential election, was chosen to demonstrate Biden’s attempt to appeal to the center. He is expected to meet with congressional Representative Elissa Slotkin…

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