Trump tax cuts

Democrats may wish they'd supported Trump's tax cut

Michael Graham, CBS News

Perhaps President Trump is such an outlier that expecting the usual political negotiations is unrealistic. Perhaps his behavior has been so inflammatory, from attacking Gold Star families to his comments in the wake of Charlottesville, that our democratic process simply won't work. But next November, if the economy is growing, big employers are expanding and workers are feeling more weight in their wallets, Democrats may be wishing they had found a way to get past Trump and support a tax-reform compromise.

There are zero excuses to stand against the Trump tax cuts

Stephen Moore, The Hill

There’s no sense in arguing about what the impact of the Trump tax cuts will be. It’s going to be signed into law by the end of the week, and now we will see a great experiment in economic policy carried out. Republicans have bet the farm, as Ronald Reagan and John Kennedy did, that a big tax cut oriented towards incentivizing investment, work and business startups through lower tax rates.