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The first thing we're going to do is we're going to permit an LNG export facility in the Northwest.feedback
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May 14 2017
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We will be back to you with very firm details.feedback

Homeownership, charitable giving and retirement savings will be protected, but other tax benefits will be eliminated.feedback

In 2017, we are still stuck with a 1988 corporate tax. This isn't going to be easy. Doing big things never is. We'll be attacked from the left, we'll be attacked from the right. But one thing is certain. I would never bet against this president, he will get this done for the American people.feedback

We know this is difficult. We know what we're asking for is a big bite.feedback

The one place we're going to permit in the northwest, it's been turned down twice already.feedback

The first thing we're going to do is we're going to permit an LNG export facility in the northwest. Just think of the transport time from the northwest to Japan versus anywhere else. Then we've got to put facilities on the East Coast to get from the East Coast to Germany.feedback

Using dynamic scoring may allow us to get to a permanent solution. We would like a permanent solution.feedback

We are going to cut flight times down fairly dramatically. We are going to cut the experience down. We are going to cut tarmac time down.feedback

He's spending an enormous amount of time on trade and taxes. Those are two big areas.feedback

We will see what the score is. In fact in the past, the CBO score has really been meaningless.feedback

The people who are just above Medicaid but still have difficulty buying their own premiums will…have the ability to use [Health Savings Accounts] to pay for their…healthcare on a tax-advantaged basis.feedback

This number reaffirms everything that we're trying to do.feedback

Unfortunately, we have no alternative but to reinvest in our military and make ourselves a military power once again.feedback

We will see what the score is, in fact in the past, the CBO score has really been meaningless. They've said that many more people will be insured than are actually insured. But when we get the CBO score we'll deal with that.feedback

We are offering coverage to everyone. If you are on Medicaid today, you're going to stay on Medicaid. If you are covered under an employee-sponsored plan, you're going to be continued to be covered under an employee-sponsored plan. If you fall into that middle group, we're going to provide tax credit so you can go out and buy a plan.feedback

The Federal Reserve is an independent agency and they operate as such. They have their economic data, which they look at and they are trying to always modulate economic growth with inflation, with the work force. I think the Federal Reserve has been doing a good job in doing that. The Fed will do what they need to do. And we respect the powers of the Fed.feedback

Chris, we don't think so. If you're on Medicaid, you're going to stay on Medicaid.feedback

If you're on Medicaid, you're going to stay. The expansion is not going to change. There is a roll-off period, there is a period of transition, and we're very confident that the period of transition is going to work.feedback

We care about the deficit. We care about revenue. We're going to have to be revenue neutral over a 10-year period. Yes, we're going to be able to use dynamic scoring. We are working on a bunch of interesting ideas.feedback

Clearly a good February is part of the number. When you look at what's ahead of us, what's built into the system, we have a huge backlog of hiring that we already know about. We're very excited about what's ahead of us.feedback

We think it is a bad rule. It is a bad rule for consumers. … This is like putting only healthy food on the menu, because unhealthy food tastes good but you still shouldn't eat it because you might die younger.feedback

The one thing I know for sure we're going to get to the right place.feedback

Banks are forced to hoard money because they're forced to hoard capital and they can't take any risk. We need to get banks back in the lending business. That's our number one objective.feedback

We're trying to solve it with domestic policy. It's not going to work.feedback

We've withdrawn from some businesses and withdrawn from some opportunities out there in the world because we decided we shouldn't do that type of business because the brand and the reputation was too valuable.feedback

We're all listening to what he's saying, we're all listening to what he's doing. We're all cautiously optimistic. We're waiting to see what happens. As we get more clarity, the markets will react.feedback

It's the cumulative effect when you look at regulation. No one regulation by itself has had a bad effect. In fact, many of the regulations have had positive effects. It is the cumulative effect of many of the regulations that we put on the market community that have had an effect on the market.feedback

I am building the case for rates going up for the right reasons. That said, I am concerned how much U.S. rates can dislocate from the rest of the world, and I think that's a big issue.feedback

The reality of the world is we have a soaring dollar and the effects on that soaring dollar are just starting to be felt.feedback

I do think that part of the regulation we've gone through has inhibited our ability to transmit that capital....On the other hand, remember U.S. banks today are the strongest banks in the world.... that's a huge competitive advantage for U.S. banks and I don't want to lose that.feedback

As central banks start to flood the market with liquidity, we need to be able to transmit that into main street – to entrepreneurs... to small and medium-sized companies.feedback

In an unclear environment, people did not want to own banks. People are starting to migrate toward those asset classes that they think may benefit.... banks are one of those. We're starting to see some rotation out of technology names where people were comfortable owning them, into bank names, into drug names, into industrial names.feedback

We are part of a global monetary system today. And we've got many other major central banks around the world still with a zero interest rate policy, and quantitative easing. If we dislocate from other central banks around the world, we will see that in the value of the dollar. The question, to me, is, How strong can the dollar be until that starts having unintended consequences in the U.S. economy?feedback

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