Biden Vetoes Bill Canceling His $400 Billion Student Loan Forgiveness, Vows He’s “Not Going to Back Down”

President Biden on Wednesday vetoed the bill that would have scrapped his $400 billion student loan handout and vowed he was not “going to back down” when it came to forgiving the college debt of millions across the country.“Folks, Republican in Congress led an effort to pass a bill blocking my administration’s plan to provide up to $10,000 in student debt relief and up to $20,000 for borrowers that received a Pell Grant. Nearly 90% of those relief dollars go to people making less than $75,000 a year,” Biden said in a video posted on Twitter. “I’m not going to back down on my efforts to help tens of millions of working and middle class families. That’s why I’m going to veto this bill,” he said. AOC SAYS SUPREME COURT ‘CORRUPTION’ WILL KILL BIDEN STUDENT LOAN HANDOUTAmid his railing against Republicans, Biden made no mention of the two Democratic senators, Joe Manchin, D‑W.V …

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