Biden to announce 2022 budget with biggest federal spending since WWII

Biden to announce 2022 budget with biggest federal spending since WWII
The White House will unveil its proposed $6 trillion 2022 budget to Congress with the federal biggest spending push since the Second World War, with spending driven largely by Joe Biden’s sweeping domestic agenda with investments in social services and efforts to combat the climate crisis, reduce poverty and expand housing.

The White House will unveil its proposed $6 trillion 2022 budget to Congress with the federal biggest spending push since the Second World War, with spending driven largely by Joe Biden’s sweeping domestic agenda with investments in social services and efforts to combat the climate crisis, reduce poverty and expand housing.

Mr Biden’s proposal will call for $6 trillion in spending for the 2022 fiscal year, with total spending to reach to $8.2 trillion by 2031, according to The New York Times.

The White House will announce its full budget proposal on Thursday, following last month’s preview that said the president’s proposal will address “a legacy of chronic underinvestment” within the US, press secretary Jen Psaki said at the time.

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