Trump's tax plan announcement is filled with terrific ideas. Now let's see what the legislation actually looks like.— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) April 26, 2017
Some believe that Trump will receive millions of dollars in tax relief, thus, argue that his taxes should be released. No-go, said the Treasury Secretary who is the point person on his tax proposal, the President has no intention of releasing, the Treasurer claims.
Treasury secretary says Trump "has no intention" of releasing tax returns https://t.co/Ad2igcdRdZ
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 26, 2017
Indeed, passing massive tax cuts might be a monumental achievement with opposition on the far right and the left. Trump could use a victory, especially a major one which would be a monumental achievement considering the health care reform debacle. But, today, there’s a different monument discussion being held right now in the White House.
“President Donald Trump ordered his Interior Department to review of tens of millions of acres of land and water set aside as national monuments by the past three presidents on Wednesday, a move that environmental groups warn will undermine a crucial conservation tool and open up sensitive areas to fossil fuel development.
Did anyone say, Russia?
According to new numbers, nearly forty percent of Americans believe that the Trump administration helped Russia meddle in the elections.