By Roland Murphy and Rebekah Morris | AZBEX
Last month, the White House assured the nation that President Trump remains committed to the massive infrastructure investment (up to $1T) he promised during the campaign.
However, a report by The Hill says any serious discussion of the program’s details will likely be pushed to next year.
As often happens in national politics, the infrastructure plan was put on the back-burner to deal with more high-profile concerns. The first of which was an attempt to overhaul the Affordable Care Act, which consumed much of the administration and Congress’ first six months of the term but ultimately yielded no results.