This is the kind of Democrat I want to support:
Some top Democrats already see Trump as a potential ally in an infrastructure push.
Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.), ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said he has a $500 billion proposal “with a revenue source” ready to go.
And Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.), who’s in line to chair the House Ways and Means Committee, said he sees infrastructure as an area where Democrats can work with the White House.
“Clearly, the administration might be able to move to do some infrastructure work with us,” Neal said.Some top Democrats already see Trump as a potential ally in an infrastructure push.
Instead of moaning and wailing, they are trying to use Trump’s openness to a deal on infrastructure to make it happen. And that deal would benefit voters a million times more than grandstanding and beating on the Senate door like a maniac.