We might finally have an infrastructure deal, but President Biden and Republicans can’t agree on what’s next. We’ll have the latest on that, plus Vice President Harris’s visit to the southern border.
LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:
Two steps forward, one step back. That’s how progress to nail down an infrastructure deal is going. After months of deadlock, a bipartisan group of lawmakers seem to have a deal for at least part of President Biden’s infrastructure plan. But maybe we don’t. Or do we? If you have whiplash, you’re not alone. We’re joined now by NPR White House correspondent Scott Detrow, whose neck is craning. Hi, Scott.
SCOTT DETROW, BYLINE: (Laughter) Good morning.
GARCIA-NAVARRO: (Laughter) Back and forth, back and forth. On Thursday, President Biden walks out of a meeting with a group of bipartisan lawmakers. He’s all smiles. It seems like a big win, and he says, we have a deal….