U.S. President Joe Biden canceled his trip to Illinois on Sept. 29 Wednesday to focus on budget talks – a source from the White House confirmed.

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President Joe Biden will be staying in Washington to resume negotiations on important points of his legislative agenda.

The postponement of the trip is a sign that the coming days are crucial for the country as the President is to advance the budget reconciliation package of $3.5 trillion and his flagship infrastructure law.

CNN broke the news of the trip cancellation first when it was revealed that Joe Biden met with Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) in hopes of finding a middle ground between them and the leads to put forth the bills.

As per the official, He will now remain at the White House tomorrow to continue working on advancing these two pieces of legislation,

According to the White House advisory earlier this week, Joe Biden had planned to stress upon the “the importance of COVID-19 vaccine requirements for businesses” during his stop in Chicago.

Officials stated about the trip cancellation, “There will be more to come on his engagement over the next couple of days, and the trip to Chicago to discuss the ongoing importance of getting people vaccinated will be rescheduled,”

“There is a strong sense that progress is being made, and the President is staying to continue his engagement,” – officials familiar with negotiations said.