Perhaps the loudest applause heard during Trump’s State of the Union Address was reserved for Venezuala’s Juan Guaidó, as Democrats and Republicans rose as one to salute the self-declared president.
$200 billion taken from other programs. Taxpayers borrow $800 billion plus interest. Then come tolls and user fees.
As President Donald Trump delivers his first State of the Union address Tuesday, pay close attention to his next big priority—an infrastructure plan—which, over time, could eclipse the trillion-dollar giveaway to the rich in the GOP’s just-passed tax plan. And track the response from Democrats, who will have to decide if they