Interview: Obama To Push Infrastructure Investment


Anyone driving on summer vacation year is acutely aware of gas prices, and road construction, and President Obama is pivoting back to his argument that the govt must do more to keep America’s infrastructure in good shape.

He begins a series of events to highlight potential govt spending on road and bridge repairs, while Republican leaders in the House claim “the wheels are coming off” the Obama administration on domestic and foreign challenges.

Plus a new ABC News-Washington Post survey on what the public thinks about the Obama immigration fix, and the performance on the issue by each side of the aisle.

ABC News White House Correspondent Ann Compton joined us for more details.

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