“We have got to act and we have to act now,” Sanders said on ABC’s “This Week.”January 31, 2021, 4:53 PM• 8 min readSen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., the incoming chair of the Senate Budget Committee, said Sunday that every member of Congress wants bipartisanship, but the urgent need for coronavirus relief is more pressing.”We all want bipartisanship and I think you’re gonna see more of it as we move down the pike,” Sanders told ABC’s “This Week” Co-anchor Martha Raddatz. “We all look forward to working with Republicans. But right now, this country faces an unprecedented set of crises.””We have got to act and we have to act now,” Sanders added.On the campaign trail, Joe Biden predicted the Republican Party would have an “epiphany” once President Donald Trump was out of the White House. President Biden has been adamant about a bipartisan approach to lawmaking, signaling that he felt Republicans would be willing to work with him, but he appears to be moving away from those demands when it comes to coronavirus negotiations.”I support passing COVID relief, with support from Republicans if we can get it. But the COVID relief has to pass. There’s no ifs, ands or buts,” Biden

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