President Trump has threatened key challengers against Republicans in favor of bipartisan infrastructure deals.
The former president has recently opposed the negotiations and warned the Republicans to abandon the negotiations.
But in Wednesday’s vote, 17 Republicans joined all 50 Democrats and advanced a $ 1 trillion package in the Senate.
Former President Donald Trump left no words in his most direct attempt to thwart President Joe Biden’s $ 1 trillion infrastructure deal.
A GOP frontman threatened “there are a lot of primaries” against Republicans working with Democrats to reach a bipartisan agreement.
his statement Released later Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell He announced that he would vote to advance the bill, prior to a procedural vote in the Senate on Wednesday. 17 Republicans join all 50 Democrats Advance bipartisan legislation, In the main test of the bill.
The vote took place hours after a group of 10 Republican and Democratic negotiators announced them. Signed a contract with the White House for infrastructureWith spending $ 550 billion $ 30 billion savings.
Mr. Trump, who tried to pass his infrastructure bill through his presidency, opposed recent negotiations and told Republicans to skip the negotiations-not because of specific issues regarding the content of the bill, but because of passing. Most of the bills that seem to be “the victory of the Byden administration and the Democratic Party … were heavily used in the 2022 elections.”
“Don’t do Republicans. Patriots will never forget!” He wrote. “If this deal happens, many primaries will be on your way.”
The threat comes from the former president’s approval of key challengers to dismiss Alaska’s Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski and Ohio’s Republican Rep. Anthony Gonzalez.
Despite being defeated in the ballot box in November 2020, Trump remains a strong force in the Republican Party and has a ration show. Approve-or reject..But recently on Tuesday, Trump-supporting candidates Texas lost in parliamentary special elections..
Wednesday’s vote to advance the bill in the Senate precedes the final vote on the bill, which will come sometime next week or two weeks. Democrats are also preparing a reconciliation package that will pass the Senate without Republican support.
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