President Donald Trump’s tax reform plan does not include new revenue to make up for the large tax cuts, Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Friday.
House Republicans would have “loved a vote” in the first 100 days of President Donald Trump’s administration, but it won’t take long after that time period, which ends Saturday, for lawmakers to finally vote on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare…
House Republicans wanted to help push through healthcare reform during President Donald Trump’s first 100 days, but coming back next week to finish it is “no big deal,” Rep. Dave Brat said Friday.
The White House is thinking big on tax reform, but don’t expect any action soon.
Freedom Caucus members had been concerned that the House healthcare reform bill did not actually repeal Obamacare and that the initial plan didn’t reduce costs enough, but compromise changes that have been made will make it work, including coverage for adults to remain on…
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that President Trump’s tax reform plan would amount to a “middle-income tax cut” and would “make business competitive.”
Despite a positive public front, congressional Republicans are quietly voicing frustration that President Donald Trump’s big tax announcement Wednesday contains all cuts and no real reform, lacking the crucial components of a way to pay for the plan as well as sufficient congressional involvement.