Trump tries to boost legislative agenda in Congress

As President Donald Trump meets Tuesday with Republican leaders in the House and Senate, his legislative agenda continues to face struggles in the Congress, as GOP lawmakers look to jump start White House plans for major changes to the Obama health law, money to spur construction of new roads and bridges, a major tax reform proposal, and more.

"The President will welcome Representatives and Senators to the White House to talk more about what's next on the legislative agenda," said spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Here's what Congress will try to do - with a push from the White House:

White House officials say they expect a "busy summer" in Congress on the Trump Agenda - stay tuned.

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