President Trump pitched his tax plan Wednesday to truckers just outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, as his administration tries to persuade Congress to pass legislation.
President Donald Trump attempted to fire up middle-class Americans about the prospects of a retooled tax code during the latest stop in his tax reform tour Wednesday evening.
President Trump makes a return trip to Harrisburg today, this time to rally support for his tax reform proposals.
Republicans are staggering, knocked off kilter by internecine conflict between President Trump and his own party in Congress. Incumbents are under aggressive challenge from conservative activists. Frustrated veteran lawmakers are bailing out.
When President Donald Trump heads to Pennsylvania on Wednesday, he’ll be speaking to a crowd of business leaders and local officials, with a backdrop of large trucks.
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his ongoing feud with Sen. Bob Corker will not hurt his chances at passing tax reform legislation in the Senate, where Republicans hold a narrow two-seat majority.
A public feud between President Donald Trump and influential fellow Republican Bob Corker could narrow the path for a tax overhaul in the U.S. Senate, where a Republican go-it-alone effort is already showing signs of disunity.
For many Americans living on the coasts — or working in Silicon Valley or finance — the recession of 2008-2009 may seem little more than a distant memory. But for many other Americans, the last 10 years have been a lost decade, where the economy stumbled and opportunities declined. They suffered through stagnant paychecks, a lack of steady work and retirement that slipped further away by the day.
The release of the Big Six tax reform framework has been, as a whole, an encouraging development. From what we know so far, Congress looks set to finally simplify the tax code and reduce taxes, a winning combination that will ease compliance burdens while putting money back in the pockets of middle-class Americans.
It’s crunch time for Republicans as they work toward releasing legislation to overhaul the tax code — a key priority to deliver after their failure to repeal ObamaCare.