Biden: Still No Deal on Infrastructure Plan
The president plans to speak with Sen. Capito again Monday.
President Biden and Republican Sen. Shelley Moore Capito are expected to reconnect today, likely by phone, to continue infrastructure negotiations.
The two met in the Oval Office for about an hour Wednesday for what the White House described as a "constructive and frank" conversation.
A statement from the senator's team said she was "encouraged that negotiations have continued."
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said yesterday he still has hope they can reach an agreement.
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