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Biden Announces a 'Deal' on a Bill That Doesn't Exist Yet

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Speaking from the White House ahead of his trip to a climate change summit in Europe, President Joe Biden attempted to sell a $1.75 trillion spending framework that hasn't been written into legislation yet. Despite two trips to Capitol Hill, there is no "deal."

"I think we have a start on an economic framework," Biden said. "I'll have more to say when I return from critical meetings in Europe this week."

Biden claimed the framework won't add to the deficit, but it hasn't been scored yet. 

Biden reportedly wants a vote on the framework today, but it hasn't been written into a real bill yet. 

Meanwhile, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders isn't satisfied and says the framework needs "improvement." 

After his remarks, Biden walked awawy without taking any questions.

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