• House Republican tax lawmaker pledges to work toward new Trump tax cut

    22 days ago - By Reuters

    The top Republican lawmaker on tax policy in the U.S. House of Representatives said on Tuesday that he is working with the White House and Treasury to develop a new 10 percent middle-class tax cut plan that President Donald Trump began touting over the weekend.
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  • Trump denies that he started talking about a mysterious new tax cut because the original GOP tax law is unpopular

    Trump denies that he started talking about a mysterious new tax cut because the original GOP tax law is unpopular

    22 days ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump surprised everyone when he started talking about a new 10% tax cut for the middle class on Saturday.
    Some analysts suggested Trump's out-of-left-field announcement was designed to drum up support for Republican candidates before the midterm elections, since the original GOP tax reform law is unpopular.
    Trump denied the new tax cut proposal, which has little chance of passing anytime soon, was due to negative perceptions of the first tax law.
    President Donald Trump on Tuesday disputed suggestions that a surprise new tax cut announcement was designed to combat negative...
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  • Brady says he's working with Trump on new tax cut

    22 days ago - By Politico

    House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady said Tuesday he will work with the administration “over the coming weeks” to develop President Donald Trump's call for a new middle-class tax cut. The proposal appears mostly designed to rally GOP voters ahead of the midterm elections. It would face long odds in Congress. Democrats appear poised to retake the House, which would upend the Republicans' legislative agenda, and Trump's plan would likely be enormously expensive. In a statement Tuesday, Brady said the proposal will be “focused specifically on middle-class families and workers”...
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  • The Actual Tax Bill Didn't Do Much for the Middle Class So Trump Wants Congress to Vote On a Make-Believe One

    22 days ago - By Slate

    Donald Trump has spent the last few days telling anyone who will listen that Republicans are about to introduce a brand new tax cut for middle class families. On Saturday, he informed reporters in Nevada that his administration “was looking at putting in a very major tax cut for middle-income people” some time prior to November, adding that House Speaker Paul Ryan and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady had worked on the plan. Monday, before appearing at a rally for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Trump said Congress would introduce a “resolution” calling for a 10 percent tax cut next week...
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  • House Republican tax lawmaker says will work toward new Trump tax cut

    22 days ago - By Reuters

    The lead Republican lawmaker on taxes in the U.S. House of Representatives said on Tuesday that he is working with the White House and Treasury to develop a new 10 percent tax middle-class tax cut plan that President Donald Trump began touting last week.
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  • Weeks before election, Trump may push Congress for symbolic vote promising future tax cut

    22 days ago - By The Morning Call

    Behind President Donald Trump's promise of an imminent middle-class tax cut, his advisers are holding discussions on a far more modest proposal to ask Congress to eventually hold a symbolic vote promising a tax cut in the future. Advisers have discussed the idea of having Congress vote on a symbolic...
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  • Trump's Middle Class Tax Cut Is A Symbolic Vote Fraud

    22 days ago - By Politicus USA

    The 10% middle-class tax cut that Trump is touting isn't real, and the White House only wants Republicans to pass a symbolic promise to cut middle-class taxes later. The Washington Post reported: Advisers have discussed the idea of having Congress vote on a symbolic “resolution” for a future 10 percent tax cut for the middle...
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