The House passed President Joe Biden’s $1.85 trillion social safety net spending bill Friday morning, and the White House celebrated by referencing a rallying cry often used by the president’s critics.
Biden, who at the time was undergoing his routine annual physical and colonoscopy at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, released a statement calling the legislation “another giant step forward in carrying out my economic plan to create jobs, reduce costs, make our country more competitive, and give working people and the middle class a fighting chance.”
“The Build Back Better Act is fiscally responsible. It reduces the deficit over the long-term. It’s fully paid for by making