President Trump on Monday seemed to be pushing back a year-end deadline for the GOP to get tax reform done, saying there’s still “a long way to go” and that it took President Ronald Reagan “years” to accomplish his overhaul of the tax code.
The White House is making a promise: The average American family would get a $4,000 raise under President Donald Trump’s tax plan.
White House National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn said Monday that President Trump will be “flexible” on the details of the tax reform bill.
By slashing corporate tax rates, the Trump administration said Monday, the average U.S. household will get an estimated $4,000 more a year.
Sen. Ted Cruz expects tax reform to get done “late this year or early next year” — not sticking to the hard 2017 deadline set out by top Republicans.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is making a bid for the support of Sen. Joe Manchin (W.Va.), a prominent centrist Democrat, on tax reform.
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.