Reviews Are In: President Biden Fulfills Campaign Promise, Signs Historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Into Law
November 16, 2021
Today, surrounded by a bipartisan group of legislators from across the country, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill into law. This historic legislation fulfills President Biden and Vice President Harris’s campaign promises to invest in our nation’s infrastructure, create jobs, and work across the aisle to make progress for working families.
President Biden secured a “major legislative victory” by signing the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill into law today.
CNN: “President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package and marked the major legislative victory at a White House event with lawmakers from both parties.”
USA Today: “President Joe Biden on Monday signed into law a sweeping bipartisan infrastructure package, completing the most significant legislative victory of his presidency and the largest investment in the country’s infrastructure in decades.”
USA Today: “It marks a rare bipartisan win in Washington after years of inaction to address America’s aging infrastructure.”
Joe Scarborough: “A huge win for Biden politically, for members of Congress who voted for it, and every American. America’s infrastructure is lousy. This will make it better.”
ABC News: “Biden was joined by a bipartisan group for the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill signing at a White House ceremony — marking a major victory for lawmakers from both parties who committed to working in a bipartisan way and even more so for Biden, who campaigned on a promise to work across the aisle.”
President Biden “delivered on a key campaign promise” to work across the aisle and get things done for the American people.
Washington Post: “Biden signs $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, fulfilling campaign promise and notching achievement that eluded Trump”
Newsweek: “President Joe Biden delivered on a key campaign promise Monday, signing the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package into law after months of congressional negotiations.”
CBS News: “President Biden signed his $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law on Monday, delivering on a major campaign promise that aims to revitalize the nation’s roads, bridges, waterways and public transit.”
Los Angeles Times: “Touting the legislation as a job creator, the president said it was also an example of him fulfilling a campaign promise to reach across the aisle to get things done.”
NPR: “The White House event, in front of some 800 guests, including members of Congress, governors and state and local officials from both sides of the aisle, as well as labor and business leaders, saw the president deliver on two key campaign promises — his vow to broker legislation that could get support from both Republicans and Democrats and his pledge to get major legislation to provide badly needed money for public works projects that his predecessors from both parties tried repeatedly to move, but failed to deliver.”
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal is a “historic achievement” and is “the most important step in a generation” toward upgrading our infrastructure.
The Seattle Times: “The $1 trillion infrastructure bill that President Joe Biden signs into law represents a historic achievement at a time of deeply fractured politics.”
New York Times: “President Biden signed the sweeping $1 trillion infrastructure bill on Monday, the most important step in a generation toward upgrading the nation’s roads, ports, rails, pipes, power lines, broadband cables and more.”
Wall Street Journal: “The legislation, the largest federal investment in infrastructure in more than a decade, is a central component of Mr. Biden’s domestic-policy agenda and marks a rare bipartisan policy win for the White House.”
CNN: “The bill’s passage marked a major bipartisan win for Biden and represents the largest single infrastructure investment in American history.”