President TrumpDonald John TrumpWH spokesman: We’re working with DHS, ICE to attempt to ship undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities Trump says he has authorized proper to ship undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities Sanders calls on Trump to scrap his commerce plan MORE and Home Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy Patricia D’Alesandro PelosiWH spokesman: We’re working with DHS, ICE to attempt to ship undocumented immigrants to sanctuary cities Tlaib says Dem management ought to do extra to help Omar: ‘They put us in images after they wish to present our celebration is various’ CNN anchor confronts Trump adviser who says president ‘by no means incited violence’ MORE (D-Calif.) are planning to satisfy within the close to future to debate a bipartisan infrastructure bundle, a White Home spokesperson confirmed to the Washington Examiner.

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“The President and Speaker did communicate final week and have agreed to satisfy quickly to debate working collectively on infrastructure,” White Home Deputy press secretary Judd Deere informed the publication. “The President desires a bipartisan infrastructure bundle that rebuilds crumbling infrastructure, invests within the initiatives and industries of tomorrow, and promotes allowing effectivity.”

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Pelosi mentioned at a latest Democratic retreat that she thinks President Trump could be receptive to an infrastructure bundle of between $1 trillion and $2 trillion.

“I’m optimistic. Left to his personal units, I believe the president could be agreeable to those issues,” she informed reporters. “It must be $1 trillion; I’d prefer it to be nearer to $2 trillion.”

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The information comes within the wake of a Democratic Nationwide Committee initiative introduced Thursday that goals to focus on what it perceives as damaged guarantees Trump made as a candidate to small and mid-sized communities, a lot of them associated to infrastructure and job creation.

The White Home didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from The Hill.

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