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NEW Apr 27 2017
Trump Presidency has been commented on by 483 key people in the news. You can find all of them on this page with their statements. People who have been most quoted about Trump Presidency are: Donald J. Trump, Jennifer Rubin, Jim Cramer and Mike Pence. For instance, the most recent quote from Donald J. Trump is: “It is my privilege to bring NAFTA up to date through renegotiation. I am very upset with NAFTA. I think NAFTA has been a catastrophic trade deal for the United States...It hurts us with Canada, and it hurts us with Mexico.”.
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Steven Mnuchin

Our objective is to make US businesses the most competitive in the world. Right now we have a 35 per cent corporate rate on worldwide income and deferral. It is perhaps the most complicated and uncompetitive business rate in the

Donald J. Trump

They have a tremendous surplus with the United States. People don't realize Canada's been very rough on the United States.... They've outsmarted our politicians for many

John McCain

China is the key to this. The purpose of this briefing is to tell us the situation and the intelligence we have and what are the options we

Stephen Vaughn

Withdrawing from (hash)NAFTA would be a disaster for (hash)Arizona jobs & economy. (At)POTUS shouldn't abandon this vital trade

Jim Cramer

The payout could really balloon, and that's saying something because Enbridge already gives you a 4 percent

Jim Cramer

Plus, politics aside, with oil at $49 a barrel, the only real limiting factor on production in low-cost regions like Texas' Permian Basin [is] the availability of pipeline space. Meanwhile, Enbridge can probably build for years before saturating the market. The disputes over Canadian lumber and Canadian milk go back decades, whereas nobody has a problem with buying oil from Canada except for, yes, environmentalists, who don't really have that much of a voice ... in the new

Jim Cramer

There are few infrastructure projects that produce more unskilled but highly paid jobs, not to mention the need for American-made steel and American-made earth-moving equipment, all of which are bountiful for employment. Enbridge now has some of the best assets and the best growth in the industry, with tens of billions of dollars worth of projects on the drawing board that will now be fast-tracked, as opposed to being held up like they were under Obama. Now that's a fixed-income play and an ultimate Trump

Donald J. Trump

See you in the Supreme Court, . Block funding for sanctuary cities. We block the funding. No more

Randi Weingarten - American Federation of Teachers

What the new law doesn't do is abandon the requirement for the federal government to protect the civil rights of our students, even if those rights run counter to what states and districts want to

Kevin McCarthy

Different people in different states and communities will have different goals and ways of achieving those goals. That is something we should celebrate and enable, not try to

Donald J. Trump

First the Ninth Circuit rules against the ban & now it hits again on sanctuary cities - both ridiculous rulings. See you in the Supreme Court! Out of our very big country, with many choices, does everyone notice that both the 'ban' case and now the 'sanctuary' case is brought in... the Ninth Circuit, which has a terrible record of being overturned (close to 80%). They used to call this 'judge shopping!' Messy

Luke Bartholomew - Aberdeen Asset Management

A cynic would say this is a rushed attempt to have something big to show for President Trump´s first 100 days in

Nancy Pelosi

Our major concerns in these negotiations have been about funding for the wall and uncertainty about the [cost-sharing] payments crucial to the stability of the marketplaces under the Affordable Care Act. We've now made progress on both of these fronts. More progress needs to be made on some of our priorities, and we continue to be concerned about poison pill riders that are still in this legislation. Our appropriators are working in good faith toward a bipartisan proposal to keep government

Andre Bakhos - Janlyn Capital

We have a pretty good idea that he [Trump] is targeting lower corporate taxes, lower individual taxes and a simplification of the process, but all that is in an ideal world. The market will not interpret the plan negatively, but there are obstacles in that course, just like with anything that Trump says and

Jesse Watters - Fox News

I don't know why also saying that 'my father respects families' is controversial and he's probably hired a ton of fathers and mothers and children. So I don't really know what's going on here, but I really liked how she was speaking into that

Donald J. Trump

(Sanctuary cities) breed crime; there's a lot of problems. If we have to, we'll defund. We give tremendous amounts of money to California – California in many ways is out of control, as you

Paul Ryan

We've seen a sneak preview. We like it a lot. It puts us on the same page. We're in agreement on 80 percent and on the (remaining) 20 percent we're in the same

Michael Jones

A lot of people were too conservatively positioned. They'd come pouring in every time the market pulls back even a little. That suggests to us that the market is in great shape technically and we're getting a lot of good fundamental support for that technically strong position. The stalling out of the market was in expectation that Trump might go on the sidelines with some of his policy proposals. That's clearly not

Stephen G. Breyer

It's, to me, rather surprising that the government of the United States thinks that Congress is interpreting this statute and wanted it interpreted in a way that would throw into doubt the citizenship of vast percentages of all naturalized

Seth Meyers

I'm sorry, I shouldn't pick on him. I don't want to be a grammar

Ron Johnson

Under the plain wording of NAFTA Article 2205, providing the written notice is simply a condition that a party has to fulfill before it proceeds to withdraw from NAFTA. Providing the notice does not have the effect of causing a party to withdraw from NAFTA. Since NAFTA was approved by Congress under the authority expressly granted to Congress under the Commerce Clause, it follows that only Congress has the power to reverse that approval and cause the United States to withdraw from

Steven Mnuchin

It's not the federal government's job to be subsidizing the

Harry B. Harris Jr.

If it flies, it will die. One of these days soon, he will

Steven Rosenthal

Trump is the king of pass-throughs. He has pass-through businesses everywhere. This is a very large

Kevin O'Leary

All [Trudeau's] policies on corporate tax, carbon tax, tax this, tax that, are completely out of sync with the U.S. He should have used the Trump election to basically pivot. He didn't do

Donald J. Trump

Canada has made business for our dairy farmers in Wisconsin and other border states very difficult. We will not stand for this. Watch! People don't realize Canada's been very rough on the United States. Everyone thinks of Canada as being wonderful, and so do I. I love Canada. But they've outsmarted our politicians for many

Justin Trudeau

I've learned that [Trump] listens. He is a little bit unlike many politicians. That might be

Betsy DeVos

The issues and challenges facing West Virginia are different from those of New Hampshire or Oregon. We shouldn't insist the same solution will work everywhere, every

Betsy DeVos

We're going to start by implementing the law as Congress intended, Giving you all – state leaders – the freedom and flexibility you

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

I think that (U.S. President Donald) Trump drives a lot of awareness about Twitter among people who otherwise wouldn't be paying attention. But again, one quarter isn't a trend, so let's see if it's

Mark Doms

The amount of policy uncertainty is still really high. This can have a very significant effect on investment. The math is hard. Math is not their

Daan Struyben

Many investors are skeptical of strong survey data. Soft data contain important signals about the present growth

Ravi DeRossi

I couldn't sit at home and sulk. I wanted to do something more positive. We're in New York City, where 90 percent voted essentially for this bar. If people want to come in that are Trump supporters, they're more than welcome to come in and have a drink. They'll be treated with respect as long as they treat us with respect, and knowing that their money is going to these specific

Matthew Hayes

Instead of just getting sotted, you can also throw something to a good cause. By putting yourself in a situation like this where it is a politically themed bar, that kind of takes politics off the Don't Talk About

Ron Wyden

This is an unprincipled tax plan that will result in cuts for the one per cent, conflicts for the president, crippling debt for America and crumbs for the working

Salma Hayek

We have to talk about smart reforms because it's very necessary. There are smarter ways we can come up with to control immigration, and do immigration reform that is much more beneficial for America. For example, there's a lot of work for farmers in this country and there are not enough farmers for all the work there is. A lot of the people that do not want to be involved in the drug industry of Mexico are very skilled farmers; they do not want to participate in that so some of them are

Kristina Waggoner

I'm here today to support the monument and my 3-year-old son. Once our land is gone, it's gone

Donald J. Trump

We know that local communities do it best and know it best. Previous administrations have wrongly forced states and schools to comply with federal whims and dictates for what our kids are taught. The time has come to empower teachers and parents to make the decisions that help their students achieve

Andrew Brenner

[Trump] said as recently as last week you have to have the health-care plan in force first ... the health-care plan is not even on the agenda this week after being promised last

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

This is just a starting point. We can assume it doesn't go to 15 percent. There's so many other crosscurrents to it. If they get a rate that's very low, what does it mean for interest rates? If it facilitates growth, rates go higher. The bond market is going to be a daily measure on this issue. I think they're certainly questioning that he's going to get anywhere close to what he wants. If he did, [the 10-year yield] would be close to 2.60 on the upper end of the range, not 2.30 on the bottom end of the

Andrew Brenner

Trump is the 'art of the deal' negotiator. You start at the extremes and move to the middle. ... He's not doing anything when it comes to the deficit and trying to curtail it. These numbers are going to blow up the

Scott Clemons - Brown Brothers Harriman

My read is that nobody is counting on this, nobody's expecting it. There are certain aspects of this that are not palatable to members of Congress. There are still in Washington within the GOP that vanishing breed of deficit hawks that have found their voice and they are finding it on the tax

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

You can offset the benefits fo the tax gain through the higher cost of capital. So much debt has been accumulated in the corporate sector in the last 10 years, people can't look at the tax cut in a vacuum. The bond market is going to be the tell on what they are thinking Trump will be able to actually pass and what the growth influence is and the deficit it's going to

Scott Clemons - Brown Brothers Harriman

A lot of that cash is held offshore for reasons that has nothing to do with the tax structure. That's an element of the plan that would have pretty good bipartisan

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

If you have something permanent, you have to have it revenue neutral. This was just a starting point that Congress wanted the administration to lay out. Where health care is being debated within Congress, I think on the tax side people wanted Trump to create a starting

Benjamin Netanyahu

There are preliminary contacts between the (Israeli) Foreign Ministry and the White House and there is a 70 percent chance that a (Trump) presidential visit will

Mark Cabana - Bank of America Merrill Lynch

It sapped a lot of the optimism that this was going to be easy and that the Republicans were going to be able to use their clean sweep to quickly pass

Krishna Memani

It's not night and day. It's basically we're in the dusk somewhere. It's not the end of the day, and it's not midnight in terms of contrast of different markets. It's just growth is good. Inflation is not picking up. I think you can justify the current level of the equity market. At one point, the bond market was expecting inflation picking up meaningfully, and it gave up the ghost. You can't build expectations and not deliver. That's what he's doing at the moment. That worked when growth was good, and when growth is not good you don't have any

Sam Stovall - Standard & Poor's

I think everyone's assuming that everything he's been promising is going to come

Krishna Memani

He can have policies that can improve the regulatory environment and cut tax rates, but the likelihood that it will jump start the economy and get the growth rate to 3 percent ... for that, the deficit has to widen. A tax plan where everything is paid for will not do it ... The trend [growth] rate is 2 percent, and to jump start that, you need some new

Krishna Memani

The bond market is deeply skeptical. In the second half, we basically took off. The fourth quarter of last year and first quarter of this year will probably be the peak of the synchronized economic recovery. That is driving economic growth in emerging markets. That's driving growth in Europe and to some extent; it's driving economic growth in the

Don Townswick

I think that the first 100 days is showing me one thing, and that's that this guy, the current chief executive, he doesn't like to give up so when the alternative to Obamacare was defeated, he didn't agree with Congressional leaders that it was done for this year. I think he's pushing to get these parts of his agenda done this year, even if it takes a couple of tries. He might be learning as he goes along, but if we don't see something by August, that's sort of been put down as a line in the sand. If we don't' see something by August, I think the markets are going to get a little

Caitlyn Jenner

I haven't done it [played golf with Trump] 'cause I don't think he wants to get beat by a 67-year-old trans woman. The man has an

Caitlyn Jenner

I would've gone down there and had an opportunity to spend four hours with [Trump] on a golf course and discuss a lot of the issues, and that would've been a very good thing for [the transgender] community. But when he [took away protection for transgender students], he's toxic. I would get destroyed by the community if I did that. Would I talk to him in private?.. I would do that. I would say, why the hell did you repeal that thing?feedback

Michael Ferguson

The commodity price environment is substantially more important to energy companies than policy

Jim Cramer

It's not as significant as the president thinks it is. I don't want to have any illusions that this corporate tax cut is going to make it so we're richer, OK? It's just

Mario Longhi - United States Steel

While our segment results improved by over $200 million compared with the first quarter of 2016, operating challenges at our FlatRolled facilities prevented us from benefiting fully from improved market conditions. However, we continue to be encouraged by the strength of our European business and we are also seeing improving energy

Paul Ryan

We've been briefed on what they are going to do and it is basically along exactly the same lines we want to go. So we see this as progress being made, showing that we are moving and getting on the same page. We see this as a good

Maya MacGuineas

If they're really focusing on growth, you want a plan that's paid for. Tax reforms that are paid for grow the economy more than those that aren't. What I don't want to see is that this tax reform is going to be paid for by

Steven Mnuchin

What this is not going to be is a loophole to let rich people who should be paying higher percents pay 15 percent. The goal is to make it permanent but, if we have them for 10 years, that's better than nothing. We like hard challenges–that's why the president's

Clyde Scott

I'm working on one right now in California, for example, that you pull into a metal building, you hit a button, and the elevator lets your car down and you drive into your shelter. I've done a shelter for a dentist, and the entire theme for his bunker was to literally go hide from his wife and get

Clyde Scott

I was raised as a prepper. Nuclear war was always coming. We are the longest living government in the history of the world without a complete collapse, the United States. It's our time. I woke up one day, and I told my wife: 'I really need to buy a new machine – it was for breaking metal – but it's $40,000. This is supposed to save someone's life. If it doesn't do its job, the casualty is going to be

Ivy Owen

Mr. President, you campaigned on jobs. Finishing this highway will produce

Chris Zaccarelli - Cornerstone Financial Partners

You are seeing a little pause today. Markets are slow to get going, but they are factoring in some of the tax plans proposed by the administration. By electing to go with a non-permanent, 10-year tax cut and a tax cut that is not necessarily revenue neutral, it makes it more likely something will get done this

Michael Farr

To forget risk is increasing as prices rise is perilous. This is a bull market, and this is what bull markets do. They embrace good news. They dismiss bad news. They don't care about 59 missiles in Syria. They don't care about U.S. troops off the coast of North Korea. They infer positive news from France. They like the news of big tax cuts, and they just go

Scott McNealy - Sun Microsystems

I've been talking to lots of CEOs. I had one who said it very succinctly, a very large Fortune 20-type CEO, and he said, All of a sudden after the election, the waterboarding, the eight years of waterboarding

Paul Ryan

We aren't doing that. That's not in an appropriations bill. That's something separate that the administration does. That's not our intention or goal. We want to get this done on

Steven Mnuchin

Our objective is simplifying personal

Steven Mnuchin

We want to simplify the personal tax system, lower taxes and create economic growth. So this is going to be the biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform in the history of our country and we are committed to seeing this through. This is the center in the core of his economic plan. If we have [the tax cuts] for 10 years, that's better than nothing. But we'd like to have permanency

Steven Mnuchin

We're committed to working, getting this thing done, getting everyone in the room, and getting this thing

Chuck Schumer

It's really good news that the president seems to be taking the wall off the table. It would remove the prospect of a needless fight over a poison pill proposal that members of both parties don't

Max Stier

Career executives who serve in an acting capacity when a political appointee has not been nominated by the president or confirmed by the Senate are akin to substitute teachers. They may have deep experience, but they are not perceived as having real authority and are unlikely to make key decisions or take on long-term challenges, because of the temporary nature of their

Sam Hassan

I find it very ironic that he asked them to do some sort of hacking into Hillary Clinton's email and then WikiLeaks leaks out all sorts of her

Chris Coons

It was a sobering briefing, and an important opportunity for the entire Senate to hear the emerging plans of the Trump administration to confront what is a very real threat to our security. I'm fine coming here. Frankly if the President and his entire national security leadership team wants to provide a thorough, detailed consultation with the Senate, I think that's

Jed Shugerman

If you take a step back and look at this transaction, it's a payment chain from state pension funds to President Trump. This looks like an emolument to

Brianne Gorod

We're in largely uncharted territory on that front given that past presidents have gone to great lengths to avoid the kinds of issues we're now

Rick Morelli

I'd like to see Trump work with some of those moderate Democrats and find a solution to healthcare and all that. The problem is these guys on the far right and the far left. You got to keep those guys out and work with the people in the

Tom Welkey

You got to give [Trump] a chance. I like what he's done with the military, but with the economy I haven't seen anything change around here. There haven't been any new

Regan Murphy

Congress is giving him a hard time, but he's actually taking action like with the bombing in Syria. We voted for him to make changes. If we voted for that change, then we can't fight him on

Kiyomi Clendenin - Oyster

From what I see, people are quite happy with Trump. People are hopeful. They say he's going to pull through and do all of the things that he

Charles Miller

I voted for him and he's doing great. He's doing what he said he was going to do: Keep us safe and go after the bad

Thomas Baldino

While unemployment is higher than the state average, it's not terrible. The problem is that people who have jobs are in jobs that don't pay well. They're working in warehouses, in distribution centers, jobs that pay $10 to $12 an hour. Many of these folks remember places where they could work and support a

Paul Smith - Markit

He's a little more abrasive than I would be in some cases, but I don't think he's wrong. There has been a lot of BS, a lot of waste and ridiculousness over many, many years for

William Orrick

I don't want to defund anybody. I want to give them the money they need to properly operate as a city or a state. If they're going to have sanctuary cities, we may have to do that. Certainly that would be a

Laura Dawson

This is so predictable. It's like the Mayan calendar: 100 years of good harvest and then 10 years of chaos and

Laura Dawson

You're trying to find a pattern, and it's really difficult to say whether we should expect that there would be a pattern in the way that this White House behaves in its foreign relations. I think it's going to go more or less the way it has gone in previous negotiations. The things that are more worrying here are the leakage between the issues that are known to be systemic irritants and the broader trading relationship. We all know that we're not going to get along on softwood, but that's not a reason to blow up the

Caitlyn Jenner

My loyalties are not with Donald Trump. I will come after him and come after Republicans if they come after my community. I've got a voice and they better listen, OK? I will come after them. Here's the deal: yes, I have always had views that lean more towards the Republican party when it comes to politics (as in) less government, believing in the Constitution and all that kind of stuff. But my loyalties and my fights are not going to be with the Republican party. My loyalties are with my community and fighting for my

Donald J. Trump

I've certainly heard the criticism from the media, and that's been

Donald J. Trump

I will make absolutely certain religious orders like The Little Sisters of the Poor are not bullied by the federal government because of their religious

Scott Greenberg

The Trump campaign proposed two revenue-decreasing tax plans during the campaign. It should not be so surprising if they also propose a net tax cut once in the White

Arnold Jacob Wolf

It is our duty to remember the Shoah and to teach it our children. Not to give us Jews special rights or special roles, but to make us sensitive to the outrages that marred all of Western history and to the tasks of human rescue and succor that still

Donald J. Trump

We will stamp out prejudice. We will condemn hatred. Don't be suckers. Take care of your

Chuck Schumer

Before, the parties were negotiating quite well until Donald Trump and the White House threw a monkey wrench into it. If the president stepped out of it, we could get a budget done by

Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Unlike his predecessor, who abused executive authority to expand the size and scope of the federal government in an end run around Congress, President Trump is using his legal authority to restrain Washington

Orrin Hatch

Every administration has had its own ideas, I've never seen one that hasn't. They're working with us and we're interested in whatever they come up with. Even if it's really expensive, I'm going to be interested in whatever they come up with. That doesn't mean I'm necessarily going to follow it, but I want to support the administration if I can. This is just a preliminary meeting. They went into some suggestions that were mere suggestions and we'll go from

Stephen Sondheim

I write songs for musicals, for god's sake. Musicals, the runt of the arts. But then I thought if institutions of higher learning now not only offer courses on the subject but have entire departments devoted to musical theater; if you can sign up for Cole Porter 101, 102; if Bob Dylan can win the Nobel Prize; maybe it's OK to take musicals seriously – but not too

Bob Bland

Understanding that those close to you, the time you spend with them and the warmth that they gave you, this is the most important thing in

Meryl Streep

And when we debate whether and how to hold on to the America we know and love, we're thinking of the America that Stephen Sondheim has revealed to us, a place that's vibrant, expressive, dissonant and dramatic, moral, immoral, yearning, despairing, sensible and always

John Sargent

The very act of drawing a line or making that decision runs counter to our obligations to defend free

John McCain

Withdrawing from #NAFTA would be a disaster for #Arizona jobs & economy – @POTUS shouldn't abandon this vital trade

Maya MacGuineas

Unfortunately, it seems the administration is using economic growth like magic beans – the cheap solution to all our problems. But there is no golden goose at the top of the tax cut beanstalk, just mountains of

Steven Mnuchin

What this is about is creating job and economic

David McIntosh

This is the tax plan that the American people supported when they elected President Trump, so House Republicans would do well to give it their full

Maya McGuineas

It seems the administration is using economic growth like magic beans – the cheap solution to all our problems. But there is no golden goose at the top of the tax cut beanstalk, just mountains of

Hunter Blair

According to the Treasury, 43% of corporate tax is paid for by the top 1%. We have tried this supply side economics before; trickle down just doesn't

Frank Clemente - Americans for Tax Fairness

So, how would Trump's White House make up the shortfall? By drastic cuts to essential services and lowering the standard of living for regular American families. Unacceptable. The White House line that 'tax cuts will pay for themselves' is a lie that has been debunked repeatedly, including by the conservative Tax Foundation. We will fight this tax plan tooth and nail, and we'll be joined by Americans of all political stripes in doing

Steven Mnuchin

The deficit is a problem and the president is concerned about

Tom Cole

I don't think it's dead. I'm very worried about blowing a huge hole in the

Bob Casey

This scheme is a massive tax giveaway to millionaires, billionaires and big corporations at the expense of middle-class families in

Joe Manimbo

It just underscores how important the American economy is to both Mexico and

Vassili Serebriakov - Crédit Agricole

There was a bit of 'buy the rumour sell the fact'. It's a long path toward this becoming a policy change, and markets recognise

Brent Wilkes - League of United Latin American Citizens

This just continues the campaign strategy Donald Trump employed to vilify immigrants and identify them with a small number of crimes committed by undocumented

Silvia Pastor Finkelstein

We don't research the status of the defendant, but looking at the cases and their names, I can tell you at least 95 percent are foreign-born, and with undocumented

Nick Raich

Remember though solid 1Q 2017 results only confirm what has already happened in the markets! 1Q 2017 results should not be used to infer what is going to happen. For that information, look to the direction of 2Q 2017 EPS estimate

Peter Boockvar - The Lindsey Group

I'll leave it to others to figure out if and how we get there (will obviously be tough) but the implications will have to also be measured by any change in interest rates in response in gauging the impact on corporate earnings and for other

Joshua Matz

Yet another executive order by the US president was blocked by the courts, in part because of his own words. His tweets are a political doomsday device. Welcome to the age of presidential sabotage. Since assuming office, President Donald J Trump has shown little inclination to “take care that the laws be faithfully executed”, as commanded by the US constitution. Instead, he has openly declared his intention to wreak havoc in key

Mary Hannon-Fletcher

The best dietary and exercise advice I have read in recent years. Walking 22 minutes a day and eating real food. This is an excellent public health message. The modern idea of a healthy diet where we eat low-fat and low-calorie foods is simply not a healthy option. All of these foods have been so altered they are anything but healthy. So eating real foods in moderation and exercising daily is the answer to keeping fit and healthy; it's just too simple a message for the public to take on

Chris Edwards

There is a huge amount of [tax] avoidance right now and a huge effort to park overseas. That money would come back if rates

Mitch McConnell

I think it's pretty clear we're going to have to use a reconciliation vehicle because today's Democratic party is very different from the Democratic party in the 80s. I can tell you my preference is that we treat businesses of all types similarly. Most businesses are not

Ryan Zinke

In some cases national monuments have resulted in the loss of jobs, reduced wages and loss of public access. We feel the public, the people the monuments affect, should be considered and given a meaningful voice. As a kid I grew up in Montana, in the west, where a lot of these monuments have taken place. This executive order is long overdue. I'm a lifetime supporter and admirer of Teddy Roosevelt and the president is the

Orrin Hatch

President Trump understands better than anyone the lasting damage wrought by past presidents under the Antiquities Act – and he stands ready to undo the harm brought about by their

Joshua Kendall

He harnessed her spunk, and she became a political asset. She was very stylish the way Ivanka is, although she wasn't selling her

Steven Choi

I think it's helping make the wall between the Trump administration and New York City a little thicker. It gives more tools to New York City to push back and stop enforcements as much as

Orrin Hatch

They went into some suggestions that are mere suggestions and we'll go from there. I'm not convinced that cutting taxes is necessarily going to blow a hole in the deficit. I actually believe it could stimulate the economy and get the economy moving. Now, whether 15 per cent is the right figure or not, that's a matter to be

Chris Coons

I hope and expect that it is worth the time of the trip and that we'll hear things we don't know, and that we'll come out of it better informed. We'll

Martin Short - Natural Resources Defense Council

Do you realize If a drone hit this crowd, Trump eliminates all his problems? That's the kind of power we

Donald J. Trump

Don't forget, this is called the Republican Party. It's not called the Conservative

Theresa May

We know that our readers are interested in politics, we know they're interested in women, we know they're interested in the world, so of course, she was a natural fit for

Imran Amed

We decided that we wanted this issue to focus on everything that's happening in the US as we reached the end of the first 100 days of what might be the most controversial presidency in living memory. So after we decided that, the question came of who could speak authoritatively across a number of issues about the US and we couldn't think of anyone more fitting than Anna

Anna Wintour

Ivanka has had a long history with the magazine, and I have respect for Ivanka and everything that she has achieved. It doesn't mean that we are necessarily agreeing with everything that they say, but a lot of the country does. To me, fashion is ceaselessly fascinating because it is an expression of self. I find [the photos] very, very inspiring and fun – and thank god they're not all dressed in black the way they used to be. I like seeing people making such an effort and having so much fun with

Margaret Yang - CMC Markets

In spite of concerns that the Trump administration will be unable to deliver his fiscal stimulus promises any time soon, many investors remain hopeful of future reforms, particularly after the White House signaled this week that it plans to introduce legislation aimed at reducing the corporate tax

Max Stier

Personnel is policy. If you don't have your people in place, you can make policy pronouncements, but you're not going to get that policy done

Jim Cramer

This was a great example of the VIX forecasting a terrific move. Immediately after the election results, [...] if you took your cue from the volatility index, you knew it was time to do some buying and you caught the beginning of November's phenomenal Trump

Daniel Clifton

Trump is pivoting away from the concept of deficit-neutral tax reform towards deficit-financed tax cuts. Trump is keeping his original plan of a 15 percent corporate tax rate, which is just a

Donald J. Trump

Don't let the fake media tell you that I have changed my position on the WALL. It will get built and help stop drugs, human trafficking

Ryan Zinke

In the case of significant public land use, we feel the public should be considered. That's why the president is asking for a review. The core of this is to make sure public has a

Warren Tompkins

Our problem is people voted to give us the keys to the bus, and we've forgotten how to

Steve Bullock

Rob's running against a guy who I don't think said the name 'Donald Trump' through the whole campaign, and now he's out there saying he'll drain the swamp. He just figured that out! We cut our uninsured from 23 to 7 percent. What we've been able to say is that this works in Montana. It's not just Democratic governors that are saying this – it's John Kasich in Ohio, it's Brian Sandoval in Nevada. It's real easy in D.C. to make statements – okay, we'll repeal Obamacare, we'll send it all back to the states! But we're actually on the front lines, and we've seen it

Edward Campbell

I don't think health care is the issue the market is focused on. It's much more focused on tax reform. But [with President Donald Trump and the Republicans] having failed so spectacularly on health care, it's not really a great omen for delivering on corporate tax reform. We're vulnerable to high expectations on the policy front and the possibility for

Justin Trudeau

We are tremendously interconnected in our economy with that of the United States. But it's not just a one-way relationship. . . . You cannot thicken this border without hurting people on both sides of

Donald Abelson

It's not the issues that are surprising – it's the rhetoric, the animosity, the off-the-cuff remarks about American allies that in no way help us or the U.S. . . . Seems to believe it's perfectly acceptable to hit American allies over the head with a

Kathleen Parker

Trump is at his best when he’s retreating, as on his absurd wall

David Ignatius

The defense secretary stands between a dangerous world and a media-driven White

Peter Wehner

You have to produce. Ultimately the achievements will matter. You can spin and you can sell and you can put things in bright neon lights, but when everything is said and done, presidents are judged on their

Chris Collins

Congress has to pass bills for him to sign them into law. If there is a frustration, it's really aimed at Congress, not the

Ivanka Trump

Certainly not the latter. You hear the reaction from the audience. Some attitudes toward women that your father has displayed might leave one questioning whether he's such an empowerer of women. I should have pressed 'coffee,' . I threw it a curveball by pressing 'hot

Mitch McConnell

Today's Democratic Party seem to me to be pretty occupied with wealth transfer from those who have done well to those who have done less well. No matter how you feel about that, that's unrelated to having a set of tax laws that promote growth. And as others were saying here, we're in a slog

Donald J. Trump

This is the protection of the nation from foreign terrorists entering into the United States. That's big

Jason Chaffetz

General Flynn had a duty and an obligation to seek and obtain permission to receive money from foreign governments. It does not appear to us that that was ever sought, nor did he ever get that permission. If that money was received by General Flynn, and we believe that it was, that money needs to be

Greg Valliere

If Trump wants rates to be as low as possible, (Yellen's) still the best choice. In my career, I've never seen a president who favored higher interest rates. That's pretty unusual. Cohn would be an interesting pick, through there would be some concern that he was politicized and the markets could view him with some suspicion that he is too close a political ally with

George W. Bush

One of the things that I value about my father, as first a businessman and now as the leader of our country, is that he curates ideas and he likes to hear from people with divergent viewpoints. And that's not always true in politics. It's actually seldom

Jonathan Alter - MSNBC

It’s ridiculous for him to claim to have accomplished more than other

Donald J. Trump

Proud of @IvankaTrump for her leadership on these important issues. Looking forward to hearing her speak at the W20!feedback

Donald J. Trump

I never thought I had the ability to not watch what is unpleasant, if it's about

Marc Chandler - Brown Brothers Harriman

NAFTA negotiations haven't even begun yet, and I think it'll maybe catch people by surprise. We all thought Trump was going to pick on

Greg Walden

I will do everything I can to make sure that the cost-sharing reduction payments get

Tom Cole

I don't think anybody wants to disrupt the markets more than they already are. It's a very unstable market. My personal opinion is

Alleigh Marré - U.S Department of Health and Human Services

The administration is currently deciding its position on this matter. We have not been contacted by Democrats to help save Obamacare, perhaps because they consider Obamacare to be a losing cause. Democrats need to help solve this failed Obamacare

Bruce Miller

We spoke about [that] extensively in the writers' room. We even had conversations about Serena Joy's genesis: How politically active was she?feedback

Reed Morano

The impetus behind that was, in a pre-Gilead situation, when women's rights are being stripped away, obviously modern women and men would stand up and

Bruce Miller

The forces that led to the alt-right – forces that were in the book already, rolling back women's sovereignty over their bodies – were there before the

Reed Morano

We did not want to be a show that would actually make people too afraid or sick to watch. I think in times of duress people look for signs or, like, a

Reed Morano

That idea of remembering the way it was. I think back on the way the New York City skyline looked before September 11th. It was so awesome, what we used to have. Now it's a distant, distant memory. A lot of the storytelling in the episodes is trying to tell a memory of the things we took for

Reed Morano

I thought this could be a great cautionary tale. We don't think about how women are treated in other countries as much as we should and I guess I thought this would raise awareness. Unfortunately, since the election, it's about how it's relating to