Republicans Cool To Paying For Trump's Infrastructure Plan With Transportation Cuts

The president proposed billions in spending, but no one can agree on how to pay for it.

WASHINGTON ― The Trump administration has not proposed a way to pay for its newly released infrastructure plan, a gaping omission officials say is intentional in order to allow Congress to reach bipartisan consensus on how to fund badly needed upgrades to the nation’s roads, bridges, and waterways. But one White House suggestion ― offsetting the $200 billion in direct spending over 10 years the...