BREAKING: It Just GOT LEAKED, And It’s The Democrats’ WORST NIGHTMARE!!

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

The Democrats are having one hell of a time with President Trump’s first year, and if he keeps it up, they’ll be extinct in 2018, as a new leaked memo shows.

One of the promises made by the President during the campaign was that he would rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure – something Obama never accomplished with his “shovel-ready” jobs – and like every other campaign promise he made, it looks like he’s going to make good on it.

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According to a report from Fox News, details of the President’s infrastructure plan were leaked online on Wednesday, and if he’s able to get it through Congress America is going to be in good shape. While the White House wouldn’t comment on the plan directly, it does give much insight into how the President plans on spending a trillion dollars rebuilding our nation.

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Infrastructure Incentives Initiative: 50%
Half of the funding will be used towards the Infrastructure Incentives Initiative which “encourages state, local and private investment in core infrastructure by providing incentives in the form of grants.” According to the draft, they h could cover up to 20% of the project’s cost.

Transformative Projects Program: 10%
One tenth of the budget will be set aside for “exploratory and ground-breaking ideas that have more risk than standard infrastructure projects but offer a larger reward profile.” These sectors include: transportation, clean water, drinking water, energy, commercial space and telecommunications.

Rural Infrastructure Program: 25%
One quarter of the money will be set aside to help rural economies, facilitate freight movement and improve access to reliable and affordable transportation.
“States are incentivized to partner with local and private investment for completion and operation of projects under this program,” the document said. Eligible entities rural program include transportation, broadband, water and waste, power and electric and water supply.

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Federal Credit Programs: 7.05%
A little more than 7% will be used towards the Federal Credit Program, which is designed to increase the capacity of existing Federal lending programs like the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act and the Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing to help increase investments.

Federal Capital Financing Fund: 5%
Five percent of the total appropriation will be set aside for the Federal Capital Financing Fund that creates a funding mechanism similar to a capital budget but “operates within the traditional rules used for the Federal budget by establishing a mandatory revolving fund to finance purchases of federally owned civilian real property.” The hope is that the revolving fund would transfer money to agencies to finance large-dollar real property purchases.

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Not too bad, eh?

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Now let’s hope he can get the help he needs from Congress to get this thing pushed through.

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