Oct 12, 2017
President Trump again sought to make the case that the middle class will benefit from corporate tax reform in a speech to truckers in Pennsylvania.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/prz1x08
The Trump administration has released an outline of what it calls "the largest tax reform" in U.S. history. White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney sat down with Judy Woodruff to discuss the president’s goal of driving economic growth, whether or not it matters if President Trump will personally...
Politico reports that the president's speech will depict a vision of tax reform that would get rid of deductions that primarily benefit higher-income taxpayers.
President Donald Trump made a speech in Springfield, Mo. Wednesday during which he told the crowd to vote out Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) if she does not support his tax reform agenda. McCaskil…
The administration is building its message around 'unrigging' the economy while lawmakers battle over corporate tax provisions and middle-class rates.
Many in the middle class would face tax increases.
President Trump, in his first speech before the United Nations, launched a rhetorical broadside Tuesday at “rogue regimes” including North Korea, Iran and Syria – while pointedly warning Kim Jong Un that the United States will “totally destroy” his country if he does not turn back from the nuclear...
President Trump slammed Facebook and ‘fake news’ on Twitter Wednesday, accusing media outlets and the social media network for “collusion.”
In a memo to Defense Secretary James Mattis, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster says the president wants the parade to happen on Nov. 11.
The ongoing negative rhetoric over guns and mass shootings drags down gun stocks including American Outdoor Brands, Sturm Ruger and Vista Outdoor slip
Ryan Holiday reports in "Conspiracy" for the first time that a 26-year-old who goes by the pseudonym "Mr. A" gave Thiel the idea on how to take down Gawker.
Three Senate Democrats are demanding Mick Mulvaney, the interim chief of a consumer watchdog bureau, to explain -- yet again -- why he plans to weaken consumer protections against payday lenders.