Where is Trump’s infrastructure plan? Republicans grow tired of waiting

“I’m a little frustrated because by this time I’d like to know a little bit more about some of these things that are not resolved yet,” Inhofe said, referring to how the White House expects to turn $200 billion in federal money into $1 trillion in overall spending on roads, bridges, ports and other major projects.

Inhofe was largely dismissive of a recently leaked draft White House memo on infrastructure, saying it included few new details and did not clearly lay out how to leverage a relatively small amount of federal money.

“If you were clear on it, you might be the only one who is clear,” he said of the funding mechanisms. “I have talked to really good people in the White House and they are, right now, not talking about the specifics.”