President Trump's statement is really an affirmation of similar proposals in Congress, including a proposal for an expanded child tax credit introduced in the Senate by Utah's Mike Lee who says the current tax code is anti-family.
President Trump will pushing his new tax plan in Mandan Wednesday.
Watch live in the video above. State Sen. Kelly Armstrong, chairman of the North Dakota Republican Party, said the event is an "invite-only" policy speech, and a senior White House official said about 700 people will attend.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR), one of the largest organizations in the industry, in their Tax Reform August Recess Talking Points, predict that real estate agents could see a trickle-down effect if the tax incentives for homeownership is weakened.
"If Democrats don't want to bring back your jobs, raise your pay and help America win - voters should deliver a clear message: Do your job to deliver for America, or find a new job", he said. Overall, it calls for a major simplification of the tax code and lowering personal rates, especially for the middle class, by raising the standard deduction, among other changes, and lowering business taxes to about 15 percent.
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It is his second such speech in two weeks, following one he made in Missouri last week.
Trump is expected to put some pressure on Sen. Claire McCaskill stayed away.
According to a report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, when taking out various deductions and tax breaks for corporations, the USA ranked fourth among G-20 countries in effective corporate tax rates - what countries actually pay. "'The foundation of our job creation agenda is to fundamentally reform our tax code for the first time in more than 30 years'".
Trump's trip takes him to friendly territory: He won North Dakota by 36 points a year ago and has championed policies that benefit its energy sector. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., to oppose a "Republican tax bill that gives billions to the richest". Also joining the president were Republican Sen.
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