Most voters say Trump is 'tearing U.S. apart'

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Nevertheless, unlike Democrats, independents and most every other segment of the electorate, Republicans simply don't see Trump's views and performance on race negatively - or maybe they refuse to confess that they see it that way because they don't want to part ways with him. The former Goldman Sachs executive, who is Jewish, said he had come under "enormous pressure" to resign over Trump's remarks. What it absolutely did not do was give congressional Republicans any actionable guidance on how to hash out the details of their plan. The first round will come from the House, where zombie-eyed granny starver Speaker Paul Ryan is putatively in charge, and nobody believes in the supply-side fairy more fervently than he does.

"Everything he does is outrageous", said construction worker David Turner, who voted for Trump.

"I hope and I pray that he will make a paradigm shift", Sciullo said.

"This is an area on which I'm optimistic President Trump and I will find common ground", she said. The president called for closing loopholes on "special interests" - although he never specified which loopholes he was talking about. "We Democrats will not go along with a tax plan that includes a tax cut for the folks who need it least".

Trump has been unable to pass any major legislation thus far during his presidency. "Middle-class families have heard enough empty promises and rhetoric from Republicans". And dissatisfaction on the country's direction jumped 11 percentage points to 64 percent in the four months since the last poll.

"The country's faced two crises recently, with the racial violence in Charlottesville and Hurricane Harvey in Houston", says Anderson.

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She detailed a set of problems that the Trump administration faces in passing a tax reform bill this year, in advance of the 2018 midterm elections. In contrast, 72 percent of Democrats said whites are favored.

He said cutting corporate tax is essential for the United States to regain its competitive edge. "We just can't do this anymore with the obstruction and the obstructionists". Enacted in 1986, it scaled back or eliminated many tax breaks and slashed tax rates.

It's brutal - and a brutal rebuke of everything he thinks, wants, and stands for. The reality is Congress, specifically the Republicans, have the power to send Trump a bill he is ready to sign. He is a senior editor of National Review and the author of "The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life". They're both working hard and extremely committed to providing tax relief for middle-class America. Deficit hawks are urging the administration and lawmakers to craft a solution that doesn't simply cut taxes and add to the nation's $20 trillion debt.

But he is not expected to offer a detailed proposal. A similar point applies to taxes.

Even as the storm continues to wreak havoc all across Texas, a recent Gallup poll found that the president's approval rating had stalled at just 35 percent in its immediate aftermath. Only 33 percent approved of his performance there; 61 percent did not.

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