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Trump's woes keep piling up.
All the talk of impeachment in recent weeks is like the cherry on top of a big ol' rotten sundae.
That sundae is made of Middle East tensions, dubious Russian connections, political infighting, trade wars that are hopefully easing up for now, and a stagnating market.
With all this going on and an election that's inching closer, Trump's going to look for anything to help improve his track record and his ratings.
Earlier this year, Trump and the Democrats agreed in principle on pursuing a $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
Infrastructure remains a no-brainer spending program that, while being totally bipartisan, would buy the president a whole lot of goodwill.
So you should expect that program to be revived soon, as the president desperately seeks ways to get voters back on his side.
This is a sector that's going to power higher as the country gets on with the business of rebuilding, and we can play that to our advantage. Here's what I mean…
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