SEAN HANNITY (HOST): You know, Biden touting his $1.2 trillion infrastructure spending spree, but he won't even negotiate the debt ceiling.
Republicans, as long as now Biden keeps saying publicly that he's not going to negotiate on the debt ceiling, Republicans need to sit back with a plan that is united in the House and say, "We're not budging on the debt ceiling."
Well, the full faith and credit of the United States is hanging in the balance? Right. And the guy in the White House that won't negotiate is responsible for that. The guy that said in 2011 that it's it's -- "We've got to have some compromise and and get together."
What the Democrats have calculated is House Republicans won't unite behind a single plan. What I am predicting is they will. And if they do, then they'll be able to negotiate from a position of strength, and they can get what whatever spending assurances that they need want and agree to in place.