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I will be asking Mr. Ross about many of the challenges facing the department and our economy. First and foremost, I will be asking how he plans to deal with trade matters.
He's not a creature of this place so there's always a bit of a learning curve.
From a messaging standpoint, yes I worry.
Everyone realizes there's going to have to be a phase-in, phase-out period.
His positions on trade are somewhat different than members up here have, but we'll figure out a way to sort it all out. It'll probably be a negotiation.
The key to me is that what tax reform ought to be about is growth.
I think it would depend entirely on how committed the administration was to pushing some sort of reforms.
I intend to support the nominee of our party. But he's got a lot of work to do, I think, if he's going to have any hope of winning this election.
Congress now needs to pass this plan in the coming weeks to avoid service disruptions that will impact shippers across the country and commuter railroad passengers.
We're close to ending unfair gag clauses that can intimidate consumers away from telling the truth about their purchase experiences.
I'm not sure what the purpose of the trip is.
Any attempt by a neutral and inclusive social media platform to censor or manipulate political discussion is an abuse of trust and inconsistent with the values of an open internet.
I don't think having the Department of Transportation decide what is reasonable or unreasonable is a correct route to go.
I've always said that Republicans in Congress have to run their own races, you know, you've got to take care of your own business, It doesn't matter what's happening above you. Obviously that has down-ballot impacts but you can't control that.
I'll support the nominee.