“We are a stronger nation when we treat each other fairly, commit ourselves to a common cause, and unite to tackle our bigger challenges. No matter what political point, let’s strengthen our special country together. ”
Leaders of industry groups are also sending their support to the upcoming administrative body.
American Bankers Association President and CEO Rob Nichols said the association and its members “are willing to work with the Biden administration and lawmakers on both sides to boost the economy, increase muscle mass. and creates a brighter future for all Americans. “
While the country’s banks have been working to support their corporate and consumer customers, he added, “we know we have to do more to drive the recovery.”
US Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas J. Donohue said the industry group looks forward to working “with the Biden administration and leaders on both sides of the aisle to restore public health, restore the foundation. Our economy and help rebuild American lives and communities. ”
He added, “We are ready to help overcome bottlenecks and help get work done through collaboration and good governance,” and said the Room is ready “to help overcome deadlock and help get work done through it. collaboration and good governance. ”
In a statement, National Producers Association President and CEO Jay Timmons said that “the American people are not interested in extreme policies from either side; they are looking for governance. Smart, stable and solution oriented. “
His group’s agenda favors a competitive tax and administration system, infrastructure investment, comprehensive immigration reform, trade expansion, and a strengthening workforce.