President Biden watched a child’s infrastructure project crumble before his eyes Monday as he visited a New Jersey school to promote his beleaguered public works plans.
“I’m sorry, my fault. That was my fault. I made you look up,” Biden said, bending over to pick up the pieces of what had been a preschooler’s building block tower.
Biden visited the North Plainfield school with Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy, who faces an unexpectedly tight race for re-election next week against Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli.
Although the trip was billed as a chance to promote his $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill and a larger social spending plan, it doubled as a de facto campaign swing for Murphy.
Biden plugged the governor in the classroom and again at a nearby NJ Transit facility in Kearny, NJ.
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