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we just had a very productive meeting amid bitter clashes with president trump over everything from the mole report to immigration to the Democrats demand for trucks financial records on Tuesday a momentary truce , top Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer emerge from their first meeting with trump in months saying they had made progress with him on one of the few issues both sides agree on the need to rebuild America's crumbling infrastructure first we agreed that infrastructure is crucial to the future of America we agreed on a number which was very very good two trillion dollars for infrastructure it's a far cry from their last meeting in January when trump walked out of the meeting with Democrats over their refusal to fund his border wall , the bad blood lead to the longest government shutdown in the nation's history but few believe the break from acrimony can last long the White House meeting comes only hours after trump launched his latest volley in the running battle with Democrats trump his company and three of his children late Monday filed a lawsuit against door to bank and Capital One they're trying to block the banks from complying with the wave of subpoenas from top Democrats trying to get their hands on trump's taxes and financial records I say it's enough but after Tuesday's meeting Schumer said he thought the two sides can make headway amid the tensions in previous meetings the president is said of these investigations continue I can't work with you he didn't bring it up and so we're going I believe we can do both at once Democrats said the two sides had agreed to meet again in three weeks to figure out where to find the money to pay the two trillion dollar price tag for the infrastructure plan which would have to pass the house and Senate