White House Sets 2018 Legislative Agenda

Headline Roundup January 3rd, 2018

The White House has released the Trump administration's top priorities for 2018, which include welfare, infrastructure, immigration, and health care reform.

White House Sets 2018 Legislative Agenda

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Republicans just passed their tax plan, President Trump increased fees on Mar-a-Lago’s New Year’s revelers, and Anthony Scaramucci confirmed he isn’t making a return to the White House — so why isn’t the mood upbeat in the Trump administration? According to Politico, many top aides are anxious about what’s ahead in 2018, and not just the looming Russia probe and possible Democratic wave in the midterms. While Republicans were able to come together to give wealthy people and corporations a tax break, they’re sharply divided on what their next legislative...

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From the Center
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The Senate returns Wednesday, and President Trump made his way back to Washington on Monday after lying fairly low to end the year in Palm Beach, Fla., at his personal resort.

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From the Right
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President Trump took office at the beginning of 2017 swimming in a sea of negativity. Some predicted that he wouldn't make it through the year. Some predicted that he even if he did, he would fail to get any major legislation passed.

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