Pitching another $4.1 trillion in combined spending, President Joe Biden met with congressional leadership Wednesday on ways forward on both the $2.3 trillion green infrastructure and $1.8 trillion American families plans.

“We’re going to talk a lot about infrastructure today to see if there’s any way we can reach a compromise that gets the peoples’ work done and is within the bounds of why we ran,” Biden told reporters before ushering them out of the Oval Office.

Biden met with the Democrat and Republican leaders in the House and Senate, attempting to weigh how to get the packages passed in the evenly split Senate while the filibuster and the 60-vote threshold seems insurmountable with little GOP support.

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“Snap my fingers, it will happen,” Biden joked, when asked how he might turn the opposition on to his spending plans.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., have openly vowed “100% of our focus on stopping” Biden’s massive spending.

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