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The House passed a nearly $1.5 trillion tax bill on Thursday that would slash tax rates on corporations and private businesses, overhaul the individual tax code and eliminate taxes on wealthy heirs. The 227-205 vote on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a victory for Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and for President Donald Trump, who spoke to Republican members ahead of the vote.feedback
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Nov 17 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Benjy Sarlin is associated, including Donald J. Trump Foundation, York, and immigration. Most recently, Benjy Sarlin has been quoted saying: “In addition to a lower top rate on income tax, the proposal ends the Alternative Minimum Tax, which is designed to prevent wealthy filers from using deductions to wipe out their tax bill entirely. Trump has not released his taxes, but a leaked return from 2005 showed he paid $38 million in taxes on $150 million in income, $31 million of which was due to the AMT.” in the article GOP Rhetoric on New Tax Plan Doesn’t Match Reality.
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Jul 21 2017 - Trump Presidency

If Republicans really don't want Trump to fire Mueller or issue pardons they need to make actual consequences clear long before it happens.feedback

Jul 13 2017

It's a simple question, but for some Republicans on Wednesday it was a hard one to answer: Would you take a meeting with someone you were told was spearheading a Russian government plan to boost your campaign?feedback

Jun 26 2017 - Russia

[T]he Senate bill released last week and the House bill passed last month take the opposite approach: They include policies that encourage higher deductibles and dramatically raise out-of-pocket costs, in some cases by thousands of dollars per person. The president has embraced both efforts even though they violate his repeated promises.feedback

Apr 25 2017 - Supreme Court

[H]e has made no progress on major legislation, a development that's especially troubling for a White House with unified control of government. His one significant item on the Hill, health care reform, crashed and burned. Instead, the president's had to settle for more limited victories via executive orders, along with a successful Supreme Court pick that unified his party... But supporters say such judgments are premature, not to mention off base. They describe the White House as a work in progress that's made a number of less-heralded moves that could pay off down the line.feedback

Mar 28 2017

In any other presidency, we'd be talking about 36% approval as an existential crisis. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office concluded this month that the exchanges were stabilizing and would likely remain solid in the future. S&P Global Ratings has also indicated that it believes insurance markets will become more stable as insurers figure out how to properly price plans in the still-new exchanges.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I don't think the marketplace is collapsing. I think we need to stop playing partisan politics and convene bipartisan groups to start negotiating the future of the health care system.feedback

Mar 08 2017 - Republican Party

Let's start with the primary objection from the center and left: It's very likely people will lose insurance coverage if the GOP plan became law, taking full effect in 2020. Possibly a lot of people... Republicans have long argued that the goal of a replacement should be to reduce the cost of insurance and health care procedures rather than simply hand money over to individuals to buy it. But experts complain that the GOP plan leaves out the most prominent proposals (especially among conservatives) that might drive costs down. And some of its features could potentially drive prices higher.feedback

Feb 28 2017 - Trumpcare

More than a month after taking office, though, no one seems to know exactly what direction he means. On three critical parts of his agenda – health care, tax reform and infrastructure – Trump has given limited or contradictory directions about what he expects Congress to do. That puts pressure on the White House to fill in the blanks in his address to Congress Tuesday night, which is traditionally a platform for laying out the president's policy wish list.feedback

Feb 21 2017

We continue to believe that CPAC is a constructive forum for controversies and disagreements among conservatives, however there is no disagreement among our attendees on the evils of sexual abuse of children,' American Conservative Union President Matt Schlapp, whose group organizes the Conservative Political Action Conference, said in a statement.feedback

Feb 21 2017

A major conservative conference disinvited Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos on Monday after a conservative advocacy group, Reagan Battalion, posted clips in which he appeared to defend sexual relationships between young teenagers and adults in certain circumstances.feedback

Oct 04 2016

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office on Monday ordered the Donald J. Trump Foundation to.feedback

Sep 01 2016 - Deportation

But he also promised a major expansion of enforcement in general, including a recommitment to an earlier proposal to triple the number of ICE agents devoted to enforcing immigration laws within the country. He proposed requiring all businesses to use an e-verify system to screen illegal workers and a return to work-site raids.feedback

Sep 01 2016 - Deportation

[T]he overall message was clear. When it comes to Trump's platform now, and not in some hypothetical land where illegal immigration has been ended, the plan is mass deportation.feedback

Jul 22 2016

Trump described an America awash in blood and corruption that only he can prevent from sliding into the abyss. After months of speculation that he might eventually soften his tone, broaden his message or roll out policy details, the speech made clear that Trump is going to be Trump – and unapologetically so.feedback

Apr 11 2016

On Saturday, Trump backers passed out flyers at the convention site with official campaign slate of 13 delegates and 13 alternates accompanied by their three-digit number position on the 600-plus person ballot. Seven of the names, however, directed people to the wrong number and one delegate's name was misspelled.feedback

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