Former GOP Congressman Eric Cantor on path to a bipartisan infrastructure agreement

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    President Joe Biden is meeting with congressional leadership on Wednesday to discuss the White House’s infrastructure proposal. Eric Cantor, vice chair of Moelis & Co. and former House Majority Leader, joined “Squawk Box” on Wednesday to discuss what he expects of a potential bipartisan negotiation.

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