The phrase ‘Infrastructure Week’ has become a punchline in U.S. politics, and has been keeping the political media and followers engaged for years. Here’s your shortcut to understanding where the phrase comes from.The Trump administration popularised the idea of a massive infrastructure plan for years (but ultimately, failed to deliver it). ‘Infrastructure Week’ was the idea of discussing infrastructure and announcing plans, for all seven days of the week. The idea followed Biden into his presidency, coming to a head this year, when the President unveiled a giant infrastructure bill worth around $1 trillion.
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