Biden Names Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu to Oversee Implementation of Infrastructure Bill

Mitch Landrieu

Joe Biden named the corrupt former New Orleans Mayor to oversee the implementation of the newly passed $1 trillion infrastructure bill.

Mitch Landrieu is a corrupt politician from the Democrat swamp in New Orleans.

“In this role, Landrieu will oversee the most significant and comprehensive investments in American infrastructure in generations—work that independent experts verify will create millions of high-paying, union jobs while boosting our economic competitiveness in the world, strengthening our supply chains, and acting against inflation for the long term,” the White House said.

Biden is scheduled to sign the infrastructure bill on Monday.

Fox News reported:

President Biden named former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu as senior adviser and infrastructure coordinator on the $1 trillion infrastructure bill, the White House confirmed Sunday.

Landrieu, who led New Orleans from 2010 to 2018, was also a lieutenant governor for Louisiana. The White House said they chose him because of his experience leading the city, as well as for his relationships with leaders at both state and municipal levels.

Landrieu will be helping to supervise and coordinate the infrastructure bill by working through the National Economic Council.

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