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Critics are saying Trump's tax cuts will blow up the deficit. But here's what they don't have the guts to admit, says Jake Novak.
Some GOP lawmakers are rallying around the idea that less taxation is more important than less debt, in a break from their party’s vocal deficit hawks. NYT reports.
The Trump administration had lacked consistency on that part of the tax plan since they unveiled it.
Trian CIO Ed Garden shared his views on the market in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Corvex Management founder Keith Meister shares his views on investing in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
The Starboard CEO shared his views on activism and Altaba in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
White House press secretary Sean Spicer holds his daily media briefing.
"You need more," the Allianz chief economic advisor argues, citing infrastructure spending and the need to boost productivity.
The tax plan that Steve Mnuchin unveiled doesn't provide clear detail on how to minimize overseas tax havens, New York Times reports.
Wall Street firms are telling their clients the positive implications of President Trump's tax-cut announcement.
Trump's outline for tax reform contains glaring deficits and avoids "bad news," writes Vox's Alexia Fernández Campbell.
President Donald Trump's plan is a tax increase on the wealthy, not a tax cut, Jim Cramer says.
Mnuchin has repeatedly said the White House wants to pay for the plan with economic growth.
"We've got some differences on the rates," Rep. Kevin Brady tells CNBC.
Mulvaney, a budget hawk, tells CNBC "there's no way to know" yet what effect the plan will have on the deficit.
Rep. Joe Crowley also calls the Trump tax proposal a "gaping loophole" for the wealthy.
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