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The Trump administration is working on an infrastructure spending plan that could see the federal government seek to incentivize states to sell some public assets like airports, bridges, highway rest stops and other facilities, according to the Washington Post. 

The report states that the revenue from the sale of the assets would go to financing infrastructure improvement products.

President Trump's budget proposes allocating $200 billion over the next 10 years to incentivize states to spend money on infrastructure, but does not specify what those incentives will be. 

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