Sunday’s show preview: frustration mounts as infrastructure talks take a setback

Frustration on Capitol Hill over another vote on a bipartisan infrastructure bill, as well as an agreement on a social spending package, is expected to dominate Sunday talk shows this week.

The Democratic leadership of the House of Representatives on Thursday abandoned a third attempt to pass the $ 1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill that was approved by the Senate earlier this year.

Spokesman Nancy pelosiNancy PelosiOvernight Health Care – Presented by Altria – Young Children One Step Closer to Vaccine Progressives See Infrastructure Vote Next Week On The Money – Big Business Wins in Build Back Better MORE (D-Calif.) And the House leadership sought to vote on the package, which included funding for projects like highways and bridges, before President BidenJoe Biden Overnight Energy & Environment – American Clean Power – Supreme Court to Review Power Plant Rule Case Harris Makes Final Pitch for McAuliffe Overnight Health Care – Presented by Altria – Toddlers One Step Closer to Vaccine MORE He went to Rome.

Yet House progressives said once again that they would not vote for the bipartisan bill without guarantees of a broader social spending package that would pass through budget reconciliation.

Also Thursday, Biden presented a new proposal on a social spending package that would reduce the total cost of the bill to $ 1.75 trillion, half of the $ 3.5 trillion originally proposed.

The new proposal came after an exchange between the White House and moderate Democratic senators who disagreed both on the size of the bill and how Democrats proposed to pay for it.

Sense. Joe manchinJoe Manchin Democrats Seek Adjustments To .75T Framework Ocasio-Cortez Defends Climate Provisions In Spending Bill: ‘I Have To Live In This Future’ Progressives See Infrastructure Vote Next Week MORE (DW.Va.) and Kyrsten CinemaKyrsten SinemaOvernight Health Care – Presented by Altria – Young Children One Step Closer to Vaccine Democrats Seek Adjustments to .75T Framework Progressives See Infrastructure Vote Next Week MORE (D-Ariz.) The two key centrists in the upper house made positive comments about the framework, but did not explicitly endorse the framework.

Meanwhile, Sen. Bernie sandersBernie Sanders Democrats Seek Adjustments to .75T Frame Photos of the Week: Bipawtisan Dog Costume Parade, California Floods and Tiger Cubs Briahna Joy Gray: Focus on Trump in ‘Pretty Dismal’ Virginia Governor Race MORE (I-Vt.), Who will appear on CNN’s “State of the Union,” said Thursday that the new proposal had “big loopholes,” adding that House members had a right to know that “50 US senators are supporting a strong bill reconciliation. “

Democratic House leadership advisers told The Hill that lawmakers are working to pass both bills on Tuesday.

The rush to pass the two bills comes as Virginians prepare for the state gubernatorial race on Tuesday, which recent polls show is a flop. A Washington Post-Schar School poll released Friday sent Democrat Terry McAuliffe up one point against Republican Glenn Youngkin.

McAuliffe will appear on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Below is the full list of guests scheduled to appear on this week’s Sunday talk shows:

ABCThis week”Pete buttigiegPete ButtigiegUS traffic fatalities jumped 18 percent in the first half of 2021 The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – Biden, Democrats move closer to legislative deal Republican turn on Biden is misplaced MORE, Secretary of Transportation; Rep. Adam kinzingerAdam Daniel KinzingerNewman Announces He Will Challenge Fellow Democrat Casten in Newly Drawn Illinois District 12:30 PM Report from The Hill – Presented by Facebook – Biden Doesn’t Discuss Abortion with Pope Francis Trump Touts Kinzinger Retirement: ‘2 down, 8 to go ‘MORE, R-Ill.

NBCMeet the press “Jennifer granholmJennifer GranholmBiden Taunts McAuliffe in Test of Electoral Brand GOP Turn on Biden Misplaced Energy and Environment Overnight – Presented by ExxonMobil – Biden Administration Discusses Climate Finance Roadmap MORE, Secretary of Energy; Terry McAuliffe, Democratic candidate for governor of Virginia; Brad Raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State

CBSTake on the nation“- Antony blinkAntony Blinken US Diplomat: ‘We Are Committed To Deepening Our Ties With Taiwan’ Biden Has Private Audience With Pope Francis At Vatican Biden Calls On Sudan Army To Give Power Back To The People MORE, Secretary of state; Gina raimondoGina Raimondo Republican Twist on Biden Misplaced Commerce Department Announces First Round of Awards for Hillicon Valley American Rescue Plan Programs – Presented by Xerox – US Cracks Down on Foreign Piracy Tools PLUS, Secretary of Commerce; Rep. Ro khannaRohit (Ro) KhannaOvernight Energy & Environment – Presented by American Clean Power – Big Oil Day in Congress Oil companies downplay early weather awareness under fire from Dems Aides say Sinema did not interact with wedding guests who wore ‘disrespectful and racist costumes’ MORE, D-Calif .; Rep. John Curtis, R-Utah; Dr. Claire Boogaard, Medical Director of the COVID-19 Vaccine Program at Children’s National Hospital

CNNState of the union”- Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt .; Blinken; Buttigieg

Fox News Sunday “ – Buttigieg; Senator Rick Scott, Republican of Florida.

Fox News ChannelSunday morning futures”- Sen. Rand paulRandal (Rand) Howard Paul After 35 years, Congress should finally end the sentencing disparity between crack and powder cocaine It’s time for Fauci to go, but don’t wait for On The Money to happen: Democrats craft a multi-million dollar tax with a deal at your fingertips MORE (R-KY), Rank Member, Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee; Newt gingrichNewton (Newt) Leroy GingrichMORE, Former House Speaker, Representative Mike Waltz (R-FL), Armed Services Committee Dr. Ben carsonBen Carson’s Republicans Are 21st Century Know-nothing Party: Sunday Show Preview: Delta Worries About CDC Mask Immediate Update; The bipartisan infrastructure bill to address challenges in the indoctrination of the Senate government, be it ‘critical’ or ‘patriotic’, is wrong MORE, Former HUD Secretary

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