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In an Iowa rally, President Donald Trump highlights what he calls the successes of his administration.
House Speaker Paul Ryan needs to give up his push for a border tax on imports, Rep. Jim Jordan tells CNBC.
Despite Paul Ryan promising on Tuesday to pass a tax-reform plan by the end of this year, many investors have their doubts.
A proposal could be attached to a tax reform package this fall.
Gary Cohn, President Donald Trump's National Economic Council director, doesn't expect a tax bill to reach the floor of Congress until September.
Paul Ryan tells CNBC that tax reform is "absolutely essential" to boosting gross domestic product growth.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's efforts to promote free and fair trade could be hindered by U.S. President Donald Trump's protectionism.
Lobbyists and lawmakers said final decisions have yet to be made on some issues.
Vice President Mike Pence said: "We will get tax cuts done, and we will get them done this year."
House Speaker Paul Ryan pushed for tax reform Tuesday at the National Association of Manufacturers summit.
Concerns are growing over what the U.S. administration will be able to achieve in its first calendar year.
Ryan delivered remarks on tax reform at a conference held by the National Association of Manufacturers.
California's decision to spend almost $50 million to defend illegal immigrants is a gift to President Trump, says Jake Novak.
It's difficult for Republicans to make permanent tax rate cuts possible, Vox reports.
Trump's post-2005 tax returns remain secret but could reveal how much he received in refunds, ProPublica reports.
Proposals to slash the U.S. corporate tax rate to 15 percent from 39.6 percent would cripple the government says the chief of Raymond James.
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