President Joe Biden has been laser-focused on an infrastructure plan and after Republicans declined his initial $1.9 trillion package and subsequent offerings, it seemed a bipartisan consensus might be out of reach. But today, Biden and a group of senators from both parties appeared to reach a compromise deal for about $1 trillion. Tyler Pager, White House reporter for The Washington Post, joined Cheddar to give some insight into how the deal was reached. He also noted that the agreement could be a major moment for Biden as a "dealmaker" since the previous two presidents were unable to make big bipartisan deals amid a growing partisan divide.