Sen. Sinema Doubles Down on Not Supporting $3.5 Trillion Spending BillUS News | The Epoch Times

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) doubled down on her position not to support the Democratic leadership’s $3.5 trillion spending bill on Sept. 30, while claiming that she had raised concerns about the bill with Democratic leaders in August. On Thursday, Sinema joined Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) in indicating that they would not back the bill without adjustments. Both votes are critical to the bill’s passage, and they have long maintained that the price tag is too high. Manchin said that he would not support any bill that costs more than $1.5 trillion, adding that if Democrats wanted to do more “they can run on the rest of it later,” and that “there’s many ways to get where they want to, just not [by] doing everything at one time.” Manchin also said that he had shared his $1.5 trillion figure with President Joe Biden. “Senator Sinema said publicly more than two months ago, before Senate passage of …

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