Trump talks tax reform with local families

Trump talks tax reform with local families

Trump talks tax reform with local families

"That would've been a little boring, a little boring", President Trump said on Thursday while in West Virginia.

The Trump administration hasn't determined how many troops it will seek to have deployed to the U.S. -Mexico border. You probably heard about that. He added that "you're not getting that help right now".

"They cut people up, because a bullet is too quick", Trump said of MS-13.

"We were able to give an across-the-board, 3 percent pay increase, coupled with a two percent cost of living increase", Hitchcock said.

He repeated his unfounded and unsubstantiated claim that "millions and millions of people" voted illegally in 2016.


Republicans hope the tax law, which cut taxes for most American families while adding about $1 trillion to the deficit over the next decade, will buoy their chances in November's midterm elections.

Instead, he riffed on one of his favorite topics, immigration.

Jenkins said that "West Virginians understand your policies are working" and that Trump was "welcome to come back any time".

Trump also noted he'd been criticized for saying in his campaign kickoff speech that Mexico was sending rapists across the border.

Speaking at the White Sulphur Springs Civic Center, Trump, flanked by two front-running candidates in the primary, alternated between taking shots at incumbent U.S. Sen. "And we can't have it".

In a statement about the tax reform discussion, Manchin called the event "political posturing" and said West Virginians failed to get answers on healthcare, Social Security, miners' pensions and why some aspects of the tax reform plan aren't permanent.

According to the Migration Policy Institute, West Virginia's unauthorized immigrant population is estimated at 6,000 residents.

A parts manager for Leslie Equipment, Lilly said the tax cuts, changes in energy regulations and a proposed spending increase in infrastructure have eased his mind about his job security.

"Nobody ever comes back", he said. But the leader of the caravan told ABC News that there have been no reported cases on their journey. "I thank you for listening to us, thank you for fighting for us, thank you for caring enough to allow us the opportunity to come here and tell you thank you to your face".

"We'll be looking at that 202, you know what a 202 is, we'll be looking at that, we're trying".

Trump routinely sends tweets that refer to shows he saw on cable news, usually Fox News Channel but other channels, too, such as CNN.

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