Trump's Plan to Pay for Roads and Highways

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A coal barge is positioned as a backdrop behind President Donald Trump as he speaks about infrastructure during a rally at the Rivertowne Marina, Wednesday, June 7, 2017, in Cincinnati.

This week, testimony by former FBI Director James Comey dominated the headlines.

For President Trump, however, it was Infrastructure Week. He spent several days promoting his plan to rebuild the nation's roads and highways. And the key to making it happen is getting billions of dollars in private investments.

But how exactly would that work?

This week on Money Talking, Host Charlie Herman talks with WNYC's Andrea Bernstein and Richard Beales with Reuters Breakingviews about the President's plans and whether or not it's likely to happen.