President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan is being hailed as a “major” achievement by the White House, but a major setback to his promised “Made in America” jobs plan.
The White House said Monday that the $1 trillion project, which would include $200 billion in state and local aid, would create 1.2 million jobs.
But some of those jobs will be temporary, and most of them won’t be for at least 10 years.
“This is not a done deal, and it’s not a finished deal,” said Trump, at a news conference in the Oval Office.
“But I’m very pleased with it.
I have said this many times: It’s a big deal.
I think it’s going to be an even bigger deal than we thought.” The White