President Joe Biden's spending is"like somebody with a brand new credit card" Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., said Sunday on ABC's"This Week"
"And those are matters we do not necessarily want -- we surely can't manage -- but they are likely to pleasure that the liberal left of the celebration," Barrasso informed"This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz.
"Finally, somebody's going to get to cover this. It is practically creating a dependence on spending," he added.
Barrasso two weeks back known as Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure bundle that a"slush fund for liberal spending," pointing to suggestions that meet wider definitions of infrastructure, such as electric car development.
Republicans, last month, unveiled a $568 billion infrastructure program that concentrates solely on"core" infrastructure things such as bridges and roads, broadband, airports, waterways, railings, vents and public transit. It excludes other big-ticket things in Biden's proposal, such as explicit financing for electrical vehicles, home and home maintenance.