WATCH: Moderate Dem says infrastructure could be one area to work with Trump

A moderate Democratic lawmaker says that infrastructure is one area where his party could work with Republicans in the new year.
“I’ve been over to the White House talking to [President Trump] about infrastructure," Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.) said in an interview with The Hill. 
"As co-chair of the Problem Solvers Caucus we’re taking on infrastructure. It’s very important. Of course, like anything, the details are what matters,” he said. 
The Trump administration has indicated it will put forward an infrastructure proposal after congressional Republicans passed their tax overhaul this week, securing their first major legislative victory during Trump's tenure.
Gottheimer, one of 12 House Democrats elected in a district that Trump won in 2016, noted that health care and a deal affecting immigrants under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program may be other areas where bipartisanship may prevail in 2018.
Watch the video above to hear Gottheimer in his own words.