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Senator Joe Manchin may delay President Joe Biden's 'Build Back Better' legislation until next year over inflation worries, despite the president saying the West Virginia Democrat would vote for it just a week earlier. 

A new report cites people familiar with the matter, saying that Manchin may choose to delay the spending bill, which is unlikely to pass the Senate without his vote.  

The $1.75trillion proposal aims to expand the social safety net in the United States and boost climate change policy.

The House of Representatives passed a separate $1trillion package of highway, broadband and other infrastructure improvements last week. It was passed by the Senate in August.

Biden has spent the last few months promoting the merits of both pieces of legislation.

Senator Joe Manchin seen November 1 after announcing he wouldn't support the $1.75trillion plan without knowing more about its economic impact

Senator Joe Manchin seen November 1 after announcing he wouldn't support the $1.75trillion plan without knowing more about its economic impact

Biden (pictured left), promoting the $1trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill Wednesday

Biden (pictured left), promoting the $1trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill Wednesday

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has said the Democrats plan to pass the $1.75trillion bill next week

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has said the Democrats plan to pass the $1.75trillion bill next week

Manchin may delay Bidens $1.75T Build Back Better plan until 2022 over fears it would make inflation even worse

Source:Daily Mail

Manchin may delay Bidens $1.75T Build Back Better plan until 2022 over fears it would make inflation even worse

Fauci says no masks are needed for family gatherings this holiday season as long as everyone is fully vaccinated against Covid

Source:Daily Mail

Fauci says no masks are needed for family gatherings this holiday season as long as everyone is fully vaccinated against Covid