Government Reform

After health care failure, tax reform the next big item on Trump's legislative agenda
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After failing to agree on a replacement to Obamacare, the GOP turns to taxes.

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Trump Regrets Not Doing Tax Reform First
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President Donald Trump is experiencing moments of “self-doubt” over going along with House Speaker Paul Ryan’s healthcare overhaul plan before unveiling proposals for tax cuts that would have proven more popular with Republicans, The New York Times reports.Citing sources…

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Pence: Attention Turning to Tax Reform, Job Creation
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Friday was not “a victory for the American people” when House leaders pulled the American Health Care Act from a vote, and now President Donald Trump will turn his attention to job creation and tax reform, Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday.”It was a victory for the…

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Mnuchin says administration tax plan coming soon
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday that after the initial congressional battle over health care, the administration plans to turn quickly to tax reform with the goal of getting a program approved by Congress by August.

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Trump disappointed in bill failure, blames Democrats in remarks from White House
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President Trump addressed the nation from the White House soon after the vote for the “American Health Care Act” bill was pulled Friday. He told reporters that he was disappointed in the Freedom Caucus, but blamed Democrats for not pursuing Obamacare fixes in a bipartisan fashion. “We were very close,” he began, “it was a […]

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Rep. Joe Crowley on GOP health care reform: Republicans own this puppy
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Crowley joins Major Garrett and Political Editor Steve Chaggaris on “The Takeout” podcast to talk health care, wiretapping, and Trump

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Trump done negotiating ObamaCare replacement bill, wants vote Friday, White House says
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White House officials said late Thursday President Trump wants the House to vote Friday on the legislation to begin dismantling ObamaCare, and if it fails, he is “done with health care,” and ready to move on to tax reform, a source told Fox News.

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