Joe Biden's infrastructure bill allocates more than $11 billion to Native American communities for projects including expanding broadband access.
"I think that the worst and most vulnerable position we could be in is to over-promise and under-deliver," she said of Democrats to the New York Times.
"President Biden will enjoy strong support from many progressives when he runs for reelection," Khanna told The Post. "He will certainly have mine."
The two lawmakers have attended fundraisers hosted by conservative-leaning donors who are virtually absent from most Democratic political circles.
"Thanks for giving all of us the gift of better infrastructure. Grateful for all you're doing to build this country back better," the former president added.
Bitcoin tumbled towards $60,000 on Tuesday after Joe Biden's infrastructure bill was signed into law and China warned state firms about crypto mining.
Stocks on Wall Street looked set for a lower open, with US-China talks in focus, while a new warning on crypto mining from Beijing slammed bitcoin.
"I've got other things I've got to do other than go to the signing ceremony," McConnell said during an interview with Kentucky radio station WHAS.
Amtrak's interior upgrades make long-haul rail travel more enticing with all classes of service seeing enhancements, from coach class to the sleeper cars.
"It's amazing people want to kill me over paving roads and clean water," the Republican congressman from Long Island told BuzzFeed News.
"I'll make a decision after [the] 2022 election, November ... So I would make a decision then, I wouldn't make it now," he said in a recent interview.
"There's always going to be people in the cheap seats who are going to be naysayers, but that's the nature of the business," Katko told Spectrum News 1.
"We have to actually govern like conservatives, and yet 13 Republicans bailed and voted with Nancy Pelosi," Meadows said on Steve Bannon's podcast.
"I think this idea that Glenn Youngkin won because the Democrats didn't pass a giant spending bill is probably not very accurate," Kinzinger told Rolling Stone.
Lawmakers on the far right of the GOP House caucus are seeking to take action against colleagues who voted for Biden's infrastructure bill.
The Democratic lawmaker said that the bill's passage could have "absolutely" made the difference in the election, which saw the party lose ground.
"People would say that within our caucus, one of the issues that we have had is trust. And trust is not built in the big moments," Ocasio-Cortez said.