Trump's choice to appear at a refinery in North Dakota could provoke more intense protests than usual given the recent controversy surrounding the oil pipeline that runs through the state.
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President Donald Trump will make his latest push to reform the US tax code in a speech on Wednesday in North Dakota, visiting the state with its Democratic Sen.
Trump is expected to travel Wednesday to North Dakota to pitch his tax reform plan.
Another goal of revamping the US tax code is bringing back money that USA companies have sent overseas to other countries, Trump said Wednesday.
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Trump stuck to well-practiced talking points when reporters were invited in for a portion of the meeting, repeating admonitions that the tax code should be "as simple as possible" and that a tax cut would produce "millions of new jobs".
Trump also reiterated his support for oil and coal industries by endorsing elimination of certain environmental regulations created under the Democratic Obama administration. "Tax reform that follows these principles will create millions of new jobs and ensure that more products are stamped with the very lovely letters and words, 'Made in the U.S.A'".
While the U.S.is not the highest taxed nation in the world, one part of the tax code-the part that applies to corporations-does impose the highest nominal rate among developed nations: 38.9% counting both federal and average state rates. The White House is also targeting Sen. That's far below Denmark's tax burden of 46.6 percent, Britain's 32.5 percent or Germany's 36.9 percent.
He will travel by motorcade to the refinery for the speech. She knows which side her political bread is buttered on, but the move has gone over like a lead balloon among Heitkamp's fellow Democrats. This will be the first time he's visited North Dakota as president. "We welcome this opportunity, and we hope the president will spend as much time listening to our concerns as he does selling his agenda".
Heitkamp, the lone Democrat elected to statewide office in deeply red North Dakota, has not yet said whether she'll seek reelection next year.