Trump talks infrastructure, North Korea - not Stormy Daniels - at Ohio rally

Critics of Trump's infrastructure proposal say it puts too much of the financial burden on local governments and loosens important environmental regulations.

In his OH speech, Trump remained silent on the Daniels saga and instead talked about a medley of issues that animate the working-class voters who voted for him. "You know why? Because it's a very strong card and I want to make sure everyone is treated fairly and we're moving along very nicely with North Korea". "They've done a fantastic job right in this building".

President Donald Trump touched down in OH to tout his infrastructure plan.

Speaking at a union training site in Richfield, Trump called on Congress to fund his proposal for $200 billion in spending, in hopes of triggering $1.5 trillion in infrastructure investment.

According to a senior administration official, the president's infrastructure plan, which emphasizes work on the local level, will likely be a multi-pronged process carried out through various pieces of legislation.

President Donald Trump is making a push for his infrastructure plan in Ohio.

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President TrumpDonald John TrumpCigna says it has reduced customers use of opioids by 25 percent Greens launch campaign to get Pruitt fired White House: "Maximum pressure" campaign on North Korea is working MORE is taking his infrastructure pitch to OH as the administration's proposal for a sweeping overhaul of US public works appears to be stalled in Congress.

President Donald Trump is bidding farewell to one of his longest-serving aides as he departs for Ohio. The plan has received only tepid support from Congress since the administration unveiled it earlier this year.

A bitter fight is underway to fill the communications director role.

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.

The Ohio speech will be Trump's first substantive public appearance since last Friday.

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