President Trump is scrambling the politics of tax reform.
The Trump administration and congressional Republicans are still contemplating ways to reach 60 votes in the Senate for tax reform legislation, a goal that would require a time-intensive outreach to Democrats even as they are pressed for time this year.
He’s not expected to offer details decided upon by the so-called Big Six group of tax negotiators, made up of top people in the administration and key Republicans in the House and Senate.
President Donald Trump’s stopgap budget deal with Democrats is bad news for Republicans hoping to rewrite the tax code.
Republicans have launched their ambitious push to fundamentally overhaul the tax code in what is likely to become a tough policy fight in the months ahead.
President Donald Trump is increasingly fixated on slashing the top corporate tax rate to 15 percent — a level that pretty much no one else working on the issue in the White House or Congress thinks is workable.
President Donald Trump will travel to Mandan, North Dakota, on Wednesday to make his case for the need to reform the tax code, his second such trip in as many weeks.
Stakeholders hoping that the Republican Congress and President Trump can make meaningful progress this fall on tax reform say those efforts could be upset by difficult legislative hurdles in September.
The Trump administration and top congressional Republicans intend to release a more detailed tax plan in the next few weeks, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
President Donald Trump kicked off his efforts to sell a big tax package to voters on Wednesday, calling for a “pro-American” system that would cut tax rates for businesses and offer a boost to the middle class.