Host Laughs as Pete Buttigieg Predicts 30 Senate Republicans May Vote for 'Infrastructure' Plan

Host Laughs as Pete Buttigieg Predicts 30 Senate Republicans May Vote for 'Infrastructure' Plan


Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was met with a laugh when he predicted as many as 30 Republican senators may vote for the “infrastructure” plan.

Appearing on the New York Times “Sway” podcast Monday, Buttigieg was asked about the prospect of a bipartisan deal.

The secretary claimed 70 percent of Americans support the $2.5 trillion spending extravaganza that redefines “infrastructure” to include electric vehicles and elderly care.

“We’re seeing this weird law of political physics that something that is wildly popular among the American people on both sides of the aisle can’t always get that same support in Washington,” he said.

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Buttigieg refused to “give in” to that and indicated the administration will go to the constituents of those senators to win them over, citing a “child tax credit” and “healthcare for the elderly.”

“How much of this can Republicans vote for? That’s what we’re working through right

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