Former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony dominated Washington’s attention this week, while President Trump kicked off “infrastructure week” – declared so by the White House – with a proposal to privatize air traffic control. Democrats, who had promised to work with the President on infrastructure, rejected the idea along with some Republicans. Sen. Jerry Moran (R) represents the state of Kansas, home to several small airports. He says he won’t endorse this proposal, calling it a distraction when infrastructure could have been an opportunity for bipartisan action. He joins Soledad O’Brien for a discussion on paying for badly needed infrastructure, maintaining accountability in air traffic control and tackling the overall conservative agenda.

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