Of the return to bipartisan realpolitik.
What you need is both smart and bipartisan people.
Obama, the bipartisan leadership of the House Judiciary Committee, and a bipartisan coalition of senators against Mr.
Daschle added that Biden will also need to offer an agenda “that if he wants bipartisan work it’s going to need bipartisan involvement.
Buttigieg is also a "bipartisan person," LaHood said.
Democratic leaders, including Pelosi and Schumer, have remained optimistic on reaching a bipartisan agreement.
In April, Trump vetoed a bipartisan resolution that aimed to end US involvement in the Saudi Arabia-led war in Yemen.
And on Thursday, the president met with a bipartisan group of senators to begin discussions on infrastructure spending.
Manchin balked at Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus proposal and assembled a bipartisan group of 23 senators that he calls the Common Sense Coalition.
In a rare bipartisan push in the Senate, a resolution that would have ended all U.S. military support for the war in Yemen was narrowly defeated in March.
In both the House and the Senate, the bill passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, and Biden declared the law a "bipartisan accomplishment."
The USA's paramount bipartisan policy priority since WW2 has been the maintenance of US corporations' global economic dominance, and those two were prime advocates.
In 2007, he and three other former Senate leaders founded the Bipartisan Policy Center, which promotes bipartisan solutions to the nation’s problems.
“During those three weeks, we will make our best efforts following regular order in the appropriate committees and mark up bipartisan legislation relating to your request.”
"It was by far the most bipartisan majority that's ever assembled in the Senate to convict a president, which has traditionally been a kind of partisan thing in American history," he said.
He continued: "While the search for a bipartisan package may be the theme of the early summer months, we ultimately do not expect a bipartisan bill to be the primary vehicle.
On February 11, he met with four bipartisan senators on the topic, and in the beginning of March, a bipartisan group of House lawmakers joined the president to discuss possible funding methods.
“We promised our constituents that we would seek bipartisan solutions, and we feel that this proposal would gain bipartisan support and allow a transparent process to evaluate the true needs of border security and provide much-needed reform to our immigration process.”
“We have an opportunity to move past partisan approaches to energy policy, to draw on the community’s clear desire for more bipartisan approaches to difficult policy areas, and to finally deliver an enduring, effective and bipartisan energy policy for Australia,” Albanese writes.
"An effort to pass a package with bipartisan support continues to be first priority, but we expect political factors and the likely need to move a reconciliation bill to raise the debt ceiling in the fall to support our base case of $2-$3 trillion vs. a smaller, bipartisan bill in the $1-$1.5 trillion range," McCourt wrote in the note.
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An effort to pass a package with bipartisan support continues to be first priority but we expect political factors and the likely need to move a reconciliation bill to raise the debt ceiling in the fall to support our base case of 2-3 trillion vs a smaller bipartisan bill in the 1-15 trillion range McCourt wrote in the note