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Trump's 'Infrastructure Week' collapses around him

It was a given from the moment Donald Trump opened his mouth to defend rallying white supremacists and Nazi groups in Charlottesville that the administration's "Infrastructure Week" was going to be a hot, molten mess. Now it’s resulted in the collapse of his would-be Advisory Council on Infrastructure before it managed even a single meeting. The council, which was still being formed, would have advised Trump on his plan to spend as much as $1 trillion upgrading roads, bridges and other public works.
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