But he pledged to continue to push for more spending, saying, "we're going to keep coming because the more we demonstrate it works, the more we can do."
Biden, during a visit to Connecticut Friday, touted the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, and the $3.5 trillion spending plan awaiting approval in Congress, saying they are "about strengthening the economy for decades to come.""Both of these bills spend out over 10 years, take the infrastructure, build all those investments and roads, bridges, highways, high-speed internet, water, clean water, everything represents less than one half of one percent of our economy each year," Biden said. "If you add it all up, and the cost of the bill…in terms of adding to the deficit, is zero." Read entire article and see video here.