Joe Biden promised to be the nation’s Unifier-in-Chief, emphasizing his historical past as a consensus builder. But the primary main invoice of his Administration, the $1.9-trillion American Rescue Plan, handed with no Republican votes within the House or the Senate. Republicans stay cautious of his lately introduced $2.3-trillion infrastructure plan. These two bills suggest to fundamentally reorder the American financial system with out substantive participation from Republicans. John Cassidy, a New Yorker employees author, joins Dorothy Wickenden to debate Biden’s newest financial plan and the actual Trojan horse of the Administration.