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Commentary: A $2 trillion infrastructure head fake?

After meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday, top congressional Democrats issued a surprising announcement: The president had agreed to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure.

Cynics quickly pointed out that there was no agreement on anything else, and the missing details were more than trivial. Among other things,

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