Pelosi on Finding Common Ground with Trump: ‘Hopefully We Can Work Together’ on Infrastructure

‘I think that our common ground will come from the public’


PELOSI: “I think that our common ground will come from the public, the public understanding of what is really on the table, on the issue of building infrastructure of America, the president has said that that is something he wants to do. It's always been non-partisan, always been non-partisan. Hopefully we can work together to advance that agenda. Again, the form it takes will be listening to the public to what they see what is at stake in how we do that. I think that we could find common ground in decreasing the cost of prescription drugs if the president is serious about his saying that he wants to do that. He has pulled his punches on that so far.”

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