Making America Great again moves full steam ahead in 2018. The ink on the tax reform bill isn’t even dry and the Trump administration is already planning the next great improvement for rebuilding America.
IJR.com has this:
As the White House celebrates the passage of tax reform legislation, they have begun to set their sights on their next legislative goal: Infrastructure rebuilding.
In the next few weeks, the administration will pitch a plan for Washington to direct $200 billion of its own fundings with $800 billion from cities, states, and public-private partnerships to invest in the country’s struggling bridges, interstates, and airports. This $1 trillion spending plan has been touted as an easy bipartisan win by White House officials — and even the president himself.
“At some point, and for the good of the country, I predict we will start working with the Democrats in a Bipartisan fashion,” President Donald Trump wrote in a tweet last Friday. “Infrastructure would be a perfect place to start.”
DJ Gribbin, an infrastructure policy adviser to Trump, described the upcoming plan as an “incentive program” for states to partner with private companies in order to see their desired public works projects through the finish line.
While Democrats may throw roadblocks, it’s certain the Trump Train can get to the final destination.
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