30 March, 2018
But he added that the trade deal "it's a very strong card and I want to make sure everyone is treated fairly".
"We are moving along very nicely with North Korea". Union builders took to their feet to try to see the president.
His infrastructure plan was announced officially in February.
Trump will arrive at Cleveland-Hopkins Airport and travel to the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 18 Richfield Training Center where he will speak at 2 p.m. "There's never been an economy like this", he boasted.
Despite the administration's aggressive push for the president's plan, which calls for $200 billion in new federal funds that the officials claim will stimulate $1.5 trillion in new investment in infrastructure, its future remains murky in the halls of Congress despite broad public approval for fixing the country's crumbling roads and bridges.
Chief among the infrastructure projects Trump promoted here was his long-promised wall at the U.S. -Mexico border.
If that's the plan, DiGeronimo said, "I would be skeptical of how that would be possible".More news: DOJ Indicts Nine Iranians for "Massive" Hacking Attack against US Universities
"I have been in construction building all my life, and I love it", he said.
Today marks the president's first public appearance in almost a week.
Speaking to reporters Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders cast the focus on infrastructure as "the next piece of the President's successful economic agenda".
After the speech, Trump was expected to fly to his Florida home. He talked about defeating Islamic State terrorists, renegotiating trade deals, investing in the military, nominating conservative judges and cracking down on illegal immigration.
The tone of Trump's remarks seemed closer to a campaign rally than an official policy roll-out. Indeed, he twice mentioned his 2016 foe, Democrat Hillary Clinton. In fact, it was Hillary Clinton who won over Trump by eight points. But the treaty was first executed in 2007, during the George W. Bush administration. Andrew Harnik/Associated PressAs is typical for Trump, the president appeared at several times to veer off his prepared remarks on infrastructure policy to interject with comments perhaps created to appeal to his audience.
"Jerusalem we approved. Jerusalem was a big thing", said Trump. People know what that means.
A bitter fight is underway to fill the communications director role. The president, first lady Melania Trump and their 12-year-old son, Barron, spent last weekend at their Palm Beach, Florida, estate.