Another Biden fail.
Jill Biden on Monday admitted that the Biden Regime won’t be able to deliver ‘free’ community college to Americans like Joe Biden promised.
Joe Biden has repeatedly promised that community college and public colleges and universities will be ‘free’ for families earning less than $125,000 a year.
In the 21st century, twelve years of school isn’t enough. That’s why under the Biden-Harris plan, community college will be free — and public colleges and universities will be tuition-free for families earning less than $125,000 a year.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 24, 2020
“Congress hasn’t passed the Build Back Better legislation yet. And free community college is no longer part of that package,” Jill Biden said at a community college summit on Monday.
“We knew that this wasn’t going to be easy. Joe always said that. Still, like you, I was disappointed because like you, these aren’t just bills or budgets to me, to you, right? We know what they mean for real people, for our students. And it was a real lesson in human nature that some people just don’t get that,” she added.
Community Colleges were set to receive $45.5 billion from Joe Biden’s Build Back Broke bill.
First lady Jill Biden said Monday that she was “disappointed” one of her key causes, free community college, was cut from President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda https://t.co/CfpWHBkNnj pic.twitter.com/kGTU7JQoIf
— CNN (@CNN) February 7, 2022