Special Counsel Robert Mueller's job security and a Russia investigation update, Mike Pompeo to Secretary of State and the upcoming summit between President Trump and Kim Jung-Un all on the season finale of Polititalk, with guest Dr. James Riddlesperger.
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Troops on the border, the president’s ongoing lawsuit with an adult film star, Amazon, and escalating trade disputes with China on this week’s episode of Polititalk with guests, Brandon Wayman and James Pendergast.
Join reporter Michael Rogers and TCU Political Science professor Dr. Morris Drumm for this episode of PolitiTalk.
The president’s new plan reduces the current seven income tax brackets to three. A 35 percent bracket, a 25 percent bracket, and a 10 percent bracket. The current top tax rate is 39.6 percent.
Justice Gorsuch will now head off to the Supreme Court, whereas the most junior justice he will be assigned the traditional role of serving on the cafeteria committee.
Trump and Tillerson talk the “one China” policy with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
While Trump presented his security-focused realignment of federal spending March 16, congress is unlikely to pass it exactly as Trump wants it - instead sending it through House and Senate budget committees where negotiations and adjustments are made.
The new bill, being called the American Health Care Act, would repeal individual mandates for citizens and instead use a system of tax credits to encourage people to buy health insurance on the open market. It would also keep two provisions from the Affordable Care Act, preventing companies from denying people coverage because of pre-existing conditions and allow people to stay on their parents’ plan until age 26.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Trump in the White House Monday to talk about women in the workforce and shared U.S. – Canadian goals.
All of this started when President Donald Trump imposed new economic sanctions on select Iranian people and companies Friday.