"We’ve got the potential to create an infrastructure bank that could put construction workers to work right now," he said, "rebuilding our roads and our bridges and our vital infrastructure all across the country. So those are still areas where I think we can make enormous progress."
Is that true? Would a National Infrastructure Bank do what the president says it would do?
Clyde Prestowitz argues that it would not work in the way that the president imagines.Click here to read the entire article at the Business Insider.