Politics Podcast: Just How Bipartisan Is Democrats’ Infrastructure Plan?

The Biden administration announced its next big legislative push Wednesday — $2.3 trillion in spending on infrastructure and jobs. In this installment of the Genesis Brand Politics podcast, the crew discusses potential sticking points and debates whether a Democratic initiative should be considered bipartisan if a sizable portion of Republican voters support it, but Republican lawmakers do not.

They also take a look at how the Republican Party is reacting to its recent electoral losses. Oftentimes when parties lose elections, they do some soul searching and try to figure out how to make themselves more appealing to American voters. Democrats did that after 2016, Republicans did it after 2012. So are Republicans conducting any 2020 post-mortems? And if not, why not?

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Connie Chu

Connie is the visionary leader behind the news team here at Genesis Brand. She's devoted her life to perfecting her craft and delivering the news that people want and need to hear with no holds barred. She resides in Southern California with her husband Poh, daughter Seana and their two rescue rottweilers, Gus and Harvey.

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