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Trump should emulate North Dakota on tax reform

07 September 2017

"Will be going to North Dakota today to discuss tax reform and tax cuts", the president tweeted. Members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus remain committed to tax reform, but they want to see a plan laid out before they agree to the first step: a budget.

"We all pay a lot in federal income tax", he said.

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump will once again hit the road to advocate for his still-incomplete plan to reform the USA tax code.

Trump will note on Wednesday that the last major tax overhaul, under President Reagan, received bipartisan support in 1986, White House officials said.

Another goal of revamping the US tax code is bringing back money that USA companies have sent overseas to other countries, Trump said Wednesday.

Mrs. Heitkamp hasn't endorsed Mr. Trump's plan to rewrite the tax code and slash rates for business and individuals.

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Trump is hoping to gain Democratic support for a proposal that most likely will revolve around slashing tax rates paid by businesses to try to make the USA more globally competitive. The speech comes a week after Trump kicked off his tax-reform campaign in Missouri, in which he called for a 15% corporate rate and said he wanted a tax code that creates more jobs. And your senator, Claire McCaskill, she must do this for you. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important.

Heitkamp and Cramer may be matched in next year's Senate race, though Heitkamp hasn't announced whether she'll seek a second term and Cramer hasn't said what his plans are.

Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and Republican Sen.

In a letter to the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Greg Hodur, former chairman of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party, urged Heitkamp to not give Trump "a big hug to welcome him here on our behalf".

The president met Tuesday with Republican congressional leaders working on the tax overhaul, which aims to simplify the tax code, lower the rate for corporations, and reduce the tax burden for middle-class families. But she said Trump has proposed policies "that would hurt North Dakota's economy", such as cutting crop insurance. About 500 people have been invited to hear the president speak. "We welcome this opportunity, and we hope the president will spend as much time listening to our concerns as he does selling his agenda".

Trump should emulate North Dakota on tax reform