PITTSBURGH (AP) — President Joe Biden is outlining a huge, $2.3 trillion plan to reengineer the nation’s infrastructure over the next eight years.

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He's billing it as a “once in a generation investment in America” that that will help the U.S. compete with China, create millions of jobs and promote tax fairness — and still not balloon the national debt.

Skeptical Republican lawmakers are unlikely to embrace the plan without big changes.

A big part of paying for it would come from undoing former President Donald Trump's big corporate tax cuts.

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