President Biden's schedule on Monday — and throughout the week — is mostly wide open. That's intentional.
White House meetings with lawmakers are possible. Calls are a certainty. A trip to Capitol Hill may even be in the cards, officials say.
At this point, things are moving hour-to-hour, according to officials. While nothing is locked in or firm, nothing is really off the table, either.
In other words, Biden is basically set to do whatever is needed to move things forward throughout the course of the week.
The White House is circulating a memo today spelling out what they say are the political advantages of passing both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the larger "Build Back Better" social and environmental spending act.
In it, the White House says the "evidence is overwhelming that the wind is at our backs and the public is eager for both of these packages to become law," citing public polling showing the popularity of items contained with the bills, including paid leave, universal pre-K and expanding Medicare.