Trump to push for infrastructure in Ohio

Trump to push for infrastructure in Ohio

He promoted his new infrastructure plan as a way to create even more jobs in America, promising to fund and speed up the permitting process for important projects.

"Anything we can dream, you can build", Trump said.

"Nearly 40 percent of our bridges were built before the first moon landing".

Trump's speech felt at times like a stream of consciousness commentary reminiscent of his signature campaign rallies from 2016, as he zigzagged from his prepared text on infrastructure policy to his thoughts on issues of the day, like this week's debut of the remake of "Roseanne".

President Donald Trump will visit OH on Thursday to promote his administration's plan to revitalize the U.S.' infrastructure.

Trump says the "rhetoric has calmed down" with North Korea, as the two countries have announced plans to meet next month in advance of a possible meeting between Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un. The president unveiled the proposal in February and cast it as able to garner bipartisan support, but it has bogged down in Congress. In front of a crowd of builders at a training facility for construction equipment operators in Richfield, Ohio, Trump began in typical fashion-with a boast.

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Trump has not been seen in public since porn actress Stormy Daniels appeared last Sunday night on "60 Minutes", detailing her allegations of a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006.

President Donald Trump waves during his arrival on Air Force One at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla., Thursday, March 29, 2018.

"So it's unlikely that there will be one piece of legislation that will contain all of these elements", said one of the administration officials, adding that the White House is "very supportive" of Ryan's plan to do several bills. In fact, it was Hillary Clinton who won over Trump by eight points. "Call it vocational and technical".

A bitter fight is underway to fill the communications director role. Trump is spending the weekend at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

Trump's two daughters joined him on the trip to OH and onto Florida: Ivanka Trump, a White House senior adviser who helps steer the infrastructure agenda, and Tiffany Trump, a law student.