Published: Sat, June 03, 2017
National | By Rosalie Gross

GOP legislative agenda incomplete, lags as Congress returns


We only have 52.' And then he would add, 'Plus, as long as Obama's still in the White House, all this is academic anyway.

And what did Republicans do with what they had been asking for all along?

I saw a Wall Street Journal story about how the Republicans in the House, they just can't! They don't know what to do. A veteran of the bipartisan commission that reviewed another Republican in the White House - Richard Nixon - and the Watergate scandal, Clinton said onstage at the Code Conference that lawmakers should have formed a bicameral, bipartisan special committee to look into Trump and his administration's conduct.

In view of promises like this that the administration has been making for months, some analysts have speculated that companies and wealthy Americans may be shifting income into 2018 in expectation of a coming tax cut. A tax overhaul that's a priority for President Donald Trump remains unwritten. "We have to make sure that we have a program that is accessible and affordable for people".House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., canceled a March vote after opposition from party conservatives and moderates would have sealed its defeat, and the two wings of the GOP spent weeks blaming each other for the bill's demise.

It's not the Democrats standing up and saying, "We are not gonna help". It's the Republicans standing up and saying, "I just don't see how we're - there's no room here".

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"We think a lower pass-through business income rate of 30 percent is also achievable as well as modest personal income tax changes that would simplify the brackets, repeal the AMT, cut the top rate to 37-38 percent and expand child care benefits without major changes to the "big three" itemized deductions (state/local taxes, mortgage interest, charitable donations)". And I just read this stuff and I shake my head.

The top Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives said on Friday Congress should promptly raise the federal debt limit, partly because Washington's tax revenues appear to be slowing on expectations of a possible tax cut to come. I don't know what it is.

"My guess is they don't want to help Trump", he concluded.

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