The $1 trillion bridge that’s about to collapse

A $1.3 trillion bridge spanning the Potomac River will collapse this weekend, creating a major emergency for commuters in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

The bridge is part of a $6.6 trillion federal spending bill that includes $1 billion for a highway replacement project in the Virginia suburbs.

The bridge spans the Potosic River and will carry people and goods across the Potoms in both directions.

The White House has not commented on the collapse, but President Donald Trump’s budget director, Mick Mulvaney, said the bridge was a top priority.

“I am very optimistic that the project will be completed and that it will be safe and workable,” Mulvane said in a statement.

“We continue to evaluate the cost and schedule and the federal government is working diligently to ensure the project is ready to be completed.”

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is working with federal contractors to help make sure the bridge can withstand the heavy water, which is expected to be between 40 and 70 inches (100 to 200 centimeters) deep.

The federal government spent $5.8 billion on the project.

The highway project is being funded through a $1,600 per vehicle fee for the first year, $500 per vehicle for the second and $400 per vehicle in the third year.

Drivers will pay the full cost of the project through their own gas taxes.

Mulvaney said the federal budget had been revised upward to $5 billion, up from $4 billion, and the Transportation Department is working to raise money for the bridge.

He said the agency will also provide $200 million to the county to pay for the construction of the bridge’s embankment.

“We are working with the federal partners and the county and the state to make sure this project is completed and safe, Mulvany said.”

It is the biggest priority for this country.””

It is not the only priority, and it is not even the largest priority.

It is the biggest priority for this country.”