President Trump Makes HUGE Announcement About Paul Ryan’s Future

It is established that President D.Trump is going to move forward with his tax reform with his own economic team — not including Paul Ryan.

Via Breitbart:

It has been reported on Thursday that President Donald Trump, burned by his failed attempt at pushing the Ryancare bill, is proceeding with the tax reforms with is an own economic team without Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI):

President Donald Trump met with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, senior strategist Steve Bannon, son-in-law and consigliere Jared Kushner and staffers from the National Economic Council and Treasury to delve into the numerous policy trade-offs and ways to compose a plan.

The major deal is that the White House is not outing these details to anybody, including the speaker of the House.

The source said that the White House press secretary Sean Spicer verified this new turn of events at Friday’s news briefing: “The president will put out principles, I’m sure, in terms of what his goals are and drive this as the process moves forward.”

The 14-page paper, developed throughout the presidential transition, is the core blueprint for the president’s tax reform program and it would drive Ryan’s own Border Adjustment Tax away from the table.

The president is predicted to suggest cutting the corporate tax rate to 15 percent along with a wiping out of the tax code’s catalog of tax loopholes and discount Congress created to ameliorate the 35 percent rate for business profits. Another aspect of the plan is to simplify the individual tax rates, yet again by reducing the rates and getting rid of specialized deductions.
Trump’s corporate and individual tax reforms are substantial, but no way near the groundbreaking changes covered in Ryan’s Border Adjustment Tax, which shifts $1 trillion in annual tax burden onto exported goods and exporters. That battle has already been going on behind the curtains, as domestic manufacturers and retailers prepare allies and resources as they contest for who will be on the hook for a third of the federal government’s annual incomes.

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