I'm not impressed. This is all just part of another broken Trump promise.

A highly anticipated meeting between President Trump and Congressional leaders on April 30 will likely set the groundwork for an infrastructure bill and could determine President Trump’s appetite for raising the federal gasoline tax to pay for it.

The infrastructure summit, which will include House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York), has been characterized by some as an opportunity for Democrats to engage the president on non-infrastructure issues such as immigration and the results of the Mueller investigation.

But Schumer announced a day ahead of the meeting that he will propose rolling back parts of the Republican 2017 tax cuts to help pay for an infrastructure package, according to reports.

“The trucking industry sees this as a nonpartisan issue, and sees the current government – this president, this Congress – as a unique opportunity to do something,” Bill Sullivan, Executive Vice President for Advocacy with the American Trucking Associations (ATA), in a media call before the meeting. “We understand there are going to be politics surrounding that debate and that negotiation, but we believe this a moment where we can actually move ahead.”