Nancy Pelosi admits Dems will have to cut Biden's $3.5T spending plan and blames the MEDIA for not 'selling it' - but insists plans for the IRS to snoop on Americans will STILL be included | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Nancy Pelosi admits Dems will have to cut Biden's $3.5T spending plan and blames the MEDIA for not 'selling it' - but insists plans for the IRS to snoop on Americans will STILL be included

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she is 'very disappointed' Democrats will have to trim down their $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill after moderates balked at the number, and said the IRS proposal for banks to hand over transaction data would still be included.

'I'm very disappointed that we're not going with the original $3.5 trillion which was very transformative,' the California Democrat told reporters Tuesday upon returning from a trip to Europe to meet with G-20 leaders.

But she promised: 'Whatever we do well make decisions that will continue to be transformative about women in the workplace.' She cited proposals such as universal pre-kindergarten, funding for child care and home health care and child tax credits.

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