(CTN News) – In a recent update on Twitter, US President Joe Biden emphasized the necessity of a Bipartisan Budget Agreement as the way forward for the United States. He urged Congress to pass the agreement, which he considers a crucial step towards meeting national obligations and fostering the strongest economy in history.
President Biden’s remarks on the Bipartisan Budget Agreement highlighted the commitment he shares with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy towards achieving bipartisan consensus. The agreement has now been presented to both the United States House and Senate, with the President strongly urging their passage.
During his address, President Biden stated that the bipartisan budget agreement, representing a compromise, was reached after extensive efforts to prevent a crisis of default.
President Biden’s Call for Bipartisan Budget Agreement
He emphasized the significance of averting such a crisis for the first time in the nation’s history and protecting key priorities, accomplishments, and values shared by Congressional Democrats and his administration.
The agreement, which includes raising the nation’s debt ceiling, was the outcome of collaboration between President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Their goal is to garner sufficient support in Congress to ensure the successful passage of the measure in the coming week.
President Biden’s Twitter update underscored the importance of a bipartisan agreement for the country’s progress. Alongside the tweet, a video was shared in which he provided the latest update on the matter.
By striving for a Bipartisan Budget Agreement, President Biden aims to forge a path towards economic prosperity, demonstrating a commitment to fulfilling national obligations and investing in America’s agenda.
The Speaker and I made clear from the start that the only way forward is with a bipartisan agreement.
This agreement is an important step forward, and now it will go to the United States House and Senate.
Here’s my update: pic.twitter.com/u6vgKtSzvd
— President Biden (@POTUS) May 29, 2023