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Just that…Breaking News stories that are of interest……

Folks?…Republicans still do NOT have the votes for the tax bill sewed up….

A LOT of deals made on this  which has moved closer to what the Senator’s wanted….But NOT all….

The media and Republicans are all strutting around like the tax bill is signed and sealed?

It isn’t….

There ARE loose ends floating around that could torpedo the bill next week….

The final vote will involve a small few Republican Senator’s either accepting what they didn’t get and voting ‘Aye’…or?….Those same Senator’s holding their noses and  voting ‘No’….

We’ll see next week…

He’s the Update from Bloomberg on Friday evening….

….’the final bill will follow the Senate legislation and include a two-year tax extended tax break for individuals with high medical expenses, according to two people familiar with the provision who described it on the condition of anonymity.

The provision lowers the amount people have to spend on health costs before they can deduct those costs, to 7.5 percent of their income, from 10 percent under current law. Its expansion was pushed for by Senator Susan Collins, the Maine Republican whose vote is crucial to passing the tax package.’…

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Mike Lee of Utah is “undecided,” and — like Rubio — he’s working to make the child tax credit more generous, according to Conn Carroll, his spokesman.

Jeff Flake of Arizona, who has voiced concerns about tax cuts adding to the deficit, said Thursday he’s undecided as well…

Susan Collins of Maine has voiced opposition to cutting the tax rate for incomes above $1 million and has pushed for passage of two health-care stabilization bills that the House has been cold to. She hasn’t committed to supporting the final tax measure. “I am going to review the tax bill over the weekend,” she said. “There’s lots of rumors about what’s in it, what isn’t.”…

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The final bill is 500 or so pages….

People are gonna be reading thru it all weekend….

There are bound to be some surprises….

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FCC Votes to Dismantle Net-Neutrality Rules…

I  have two views on this below….One from WSJ , the other at Axios…

The Federal Communications Commission Thursday voted to roll back far-reaching rules governing how internet-service providers treat traffic on their networks, a move expected to empower cable and wireless providers and transform consumers’ online experience.

The 2015 “net neutrality” rules were one of the signature regulatory actions of the Obama administration, requiring broadband providers to treat all traffic equally, without blocking or slowing content, or providing fast lanes for favored sites and services.

Republicans say the shift will unwind what they consider to be a regulatory overreach, restoring vitality to the broadband economy and benefiting consumers with more choices as well as lower prices.

The commission’s vote was 3-2, along party lines, with FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and the two fellow Republicans on the board backing the change.

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Why it matters: The repeal empowers internet providers like Comcast or AT&T to charge web services like Netflix or Facebook extra fees if they want to see their content delivered faster. They also have more leeway to favor content their subsidiaries produce, or to charge customers more to access certain websites.

The debate over FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s repeal plan has been deeply contentious. On Thursday morning, Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins became the most prominant Republican lawmaker to call for the vote to be cancelled. Democratic comissioners have alleged the public input process was corrupted by fraudulent comments. And protesters convened outside of the FCC’s building ahead of the vote.

What’s next?: The rollback will likely be challenged in court. And some in Congress are pushing hard for a legislative fix to settle the issue once and for all or a bill to outright strip the repeal from the books.

Go deeper: What the internet landscape could look like now that the rules have been repealed….

Axios….

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Breaking…Fox poll shows Democrat Doug Jones with a TEN POINT lead over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race…

Oh Snap!….

This poll was done from Dec 7th to the 10th….

It’s results point to observations reported over the last week by several pundit’s that question the polling samples that have been done by smaller outfits….

In addition?

It has become apparent that Jones is gaining support among black and young white higher educated voters thru out the state….

The Democratic vote is united…The Republican vote seems split….

Roy Moore has NOT been out campaigning and adding Donald Trump to the equation maybe told after the vote as a mistake…

The actual vote tomorrow is anyone’s guess….But Democrats have to be in a better mood going into the vote….

Now we’ll see who actually votes…

Democrat Doug Jones holds a 10-point lead over Republican Roy Moore among likely voters in deep red Alabama.

Greater party loyalty plus higher interest in the election among Democrats combined with more enthusiasm among Jones supporters gives him the advantage in the race to fill the U.S. senate seat previously held by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

That’s according to a Fox News Poll of Alabama voters conducted Thursday through Sunday using traditional polling techniques, including a list-based probability sample with both landlines and cellphones.

Jones receives 50 percent to Moore’s 40 percent, with 1-in-10 undecided (8 percent) or supporting another candidate (2 percent) — which could make a difference Tuesday.  That’s even truer with such an unconventional election with unconventional candidates.

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This race’s uniqueness is significant.  It is impossible to know who will show up to vote in a special election to fill a seat in the middle of a term in an off-year.  And it’s December, a time when people expect to be going to the shopping mall, not the voting booth.

On top of that, accusations of sexual misconduct against Moore emerged November 9.  That’s just a month before the December 12 election.  Since then, he has repeatedly denied the allegations, and after the GOP initially pulled its support, the party ultimately backed Moore.

By a 6-point margin, Alabama voters believe the allegations against Moore are true (39-33 percent).  They were more evenly divided last month, believing the accusations by just 1 point (38-37 percent).  About one quarter, 27 percent, feel it is too soon to say or have no opinion.

Among Republicans, 13 percent believe the accusations are true, 60 percent say they aren’t, and 26 percent are unsure.  In November, it was 13-62 percent (26 percent unsure)….

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This IS a Fox News poll folks….(The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R).)

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Small pipe bomb goes of by Port Auth Bus Term in NYC…Minor injuries…Suspect caught ..

A small pipe bomb went off near the Port Authority Bus Terminal on Monday, and the suspect was immediately taken into custody, police sources said.

The blast happened in an underground subway passage just 200 feet from the terminal at West 42nd St. and Eighth Ave., the sources said.

Port Authority cops immediately arrested the suspect, who was injured in the explosion. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital and is expected to survive, sources said.

Four people in total were wounded at the scene, the FDNY confirmed, all of whom have non-life-threatening injuries. …

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Trump approval among Republicans dropping….Poll

Various polls have had Trump support among Republicans as high as 80%…..

Pew polling has released a large poll finding that has Trump’s approval among his own party people DROPPING by 8% points from 84% to 76%….Now that number IS high….But reports here and and from other punditd that Trump’s support which IS strong, is dropping seems to be the case….

The same Pwe poll has the President’s OVERALL approval at a almost record low of just 32%….

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Donald Trump does seem to be in line with other Republican President with GOP support though ….

…..The new national survey by Pew Research Center, conducted Nov. 29-Dec. 4 among 1,503 adults, finds that President Trump’s job approval rating has declined over the course of his first year in office.

Currently, 32% of the public approves of the way Trump is handling his job as president, while 63% disapprove. Trump’s job approval is little changed since October (34%), but lower than in early February (39%), a few weeks after Trump’s inauguration. Pew Research Center surveys are based on the general public, rather than registered or likely voters. Trump’s approval rating in the current survey among registered voters is 34%. (For more on the differences in these bases, see “A basic question when reading a poll: Does it include or exclude nonvoters?”).

While just 30% of Americans think senior Trump officials definitely had improper contacts with Russia during the campaign, a majority (59%) thinks such contacts definitely or probably occurred; 30% think they definitely or probably did not happen. In views of Mueller’s investigation, 56% are very or somewhat confident he will conduct the probe fairly.

Only about a quarter of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents (26%) say Trump officials definitely or probably had improper contacts with Russia during the campaign; 82% of Democrats and Democratic leaners think there were improper contacts – with 49% saying they definitely took place. About two-thirds of Democrats (68%) and 44% Republicans say they are at least somewhat confident Mueller’s investigation will be conducted fairly.

The survey was being conducted when Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, pleaded guilty to lying about contacts with Russian officials during the presidential transition. There are no significant differences in opinions about whether senior administration officials had improper campaign contacts with Russia, or in views of Mueller’s investigation, in interviewing conducted before and after Flynn pleaded guilty on Dec. 1….

A majority of Americans DO support the Robert Mueller investigation of Trump’s Russian contacts….Republicans support Trump view of the Russian contacts….Democrats do NOT…

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Note….

Everytime I type Trump in Google it goes to the guys home page …..

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Breaking…. Mike Flynn charged with lying to the FBI….

The former Trump Admin National Security advisor will enter a plea at a Federal Court this morning against the charges….

He is cooperating with Robert Mueller’s people….

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He was supposed to go before a federal grand jury….That has been cancelled…

The Mueller group seems to be building a foundation to move up the ladder and squeeze Trump & Co…..

Remember …..

Mueller’s people are actively questioning almots all of the Trump Admin senior staff in the admin and last years campaign….

Oh, and this whole thing is NOT gonna be over in a month like Trump’s people are trying to sell….

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn was charged Friday with making a false statement to the FBI about his contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, marking another monumental development in the wide-ranging probe of Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III.

Flynn was expected to enter a plea at 10:30, according to the special counsel’s office. The charges relate to false statements Flynn made to the FBI on January 24, four days after President Trump was inaugurated, about his meeting with Kislyak during the transition….

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As in other high profile federal cases?

Lying to cover yourself or others is what gets you in trouble often…Not the other action’s….

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Update….

…twitter…

Mike Flynn should ask for immunity in that this is a witch hunt (excuse for big election loss), by media & Dems, of historic proportion!

( Donald Trump REALLY doesn’t get it…Does he? )

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The Senate Tax cut bill and Budget would save Obamacare and the Dreamers?…

Republicans…..Rush…Rush….Hurry!

If you haven’t caught this in this way this story is running in the Senate ?….Stop and look….

The House tax cut bill is a straight out screw the poor and middle class period….

The Senate bill has little to do with the House bill….

Why?

Because there are reports that in their haste to get SOMETHING, excuse me…..ANYTHING passed in the next 30 days or so?

They are making promises to EACH senator they need….

HTF is this gonna work when the final vote from BOTH houses of congress needs to be made?….

The budget bill is probably gonna be connected to the tax bill…Democrats HAVE to be in on THAT vote….

Collins: Health-care fix will pass before tax bill

Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said early Thursday that she expects legislation to lower health-care premiums to pass Congress before senators take a final vote on a $1.5 trillion tax reform bill that would repeal ObamaCare’s individual mandate….

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McConnell promises Collins tax bill won’t lead to Medicare cut

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is promising the GOP tax bill, which is projected to add $1.5 trillion to the deficit over the next decade, will not result in cuts to Medicare next year.

McConnell offered the vow to Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), a key swing vote, during a Wednesday meeting in his office….

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Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) said he is encouraging his colleagues to join him in blocking spending legislation if the legal status of “dreamers” isn’t resolved, the Washington Postreports.

“Durbin has repeatedly said in recent months that Congress needs to resolve the status of dreamers by the end of the year, but he is now the highest-ranking Democratic senator to raise the specter of a government shutdown sparked by an impasse over immigration… Durbin’s position is shared by at least four members of his caucus — Sens. Kamala Harris (D-CA), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT).”

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Right Now.?….This dog thinks there is a LESS than 50% chance there will be a new tax cut law come next year….

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Senator Collins wants more folks….

A Senate Republican holdout on the GOP tax overhaul says she still has problems with the legislation.

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine says, “I have a lot of concerns that I’m trying to fix.” She spoke to reporters Thursday at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast.

She says it would be “very problematic for me” and hard for her to vote for the bill if it still includes elimination of the federal deduction for state and local taxes….

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Breaking…Democrats will NOT meet with Trump on possible budget ‘deal’….

The negotiating has begun…..

Trump’s tweet is followed by Democratic flexing in walking….

To fund the government?

Republicans MUST work an agreement with the Democrats….

Any deal will probably have to  be done withOUT Trump in the room….

11:30 a.m.

Top Democratic leaders in Congress have abruptly pulled out of a planned meeting with President Donald Trump after he attacked them on Twitter.

Trump tweeted early Tuesday that “I don’t see a deal!” with Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and top House Democrat Nancy Pelosi.

Schumer and Pelosi are shooting back with a statement asking for talks with top GOP leaders in Congress.

They said, “given that the president doesn’t see a deal between Democrats and the White House, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our Republican counterparts in Congress instead.”

Congress faces a Dec. 8 deadline to pass stopgap legislation to keep the government open.

They added, “we don’t have any time to waste.”…..

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7.2 magnitude earthquake rocks area near Iran-Iraq border, kills at least 61

A 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck a region near the Iran-Iraq border Sunday left at least 61 people dead and 300 injured in Iran, according to an Iranian official.

The earthquake struck at about 32 kilometers outside the city of Halabjah, Iraq, at 9:18 p.m. local time, the U.S. Geological Service said.

Pirhossein Koulivand, the head of Iran’s emergency medical services, reported the deaths and injuries on Iran’s border, according to the country’s state-run IRNA news agency.

Iranian state TV reported there were at least six deaths and 200 injuries in Iraq, but Iraqi government officials have not commented on those numbers. …

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Breaking…A Washington Post report that Republican nominee Roy Moore had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl in the 1970s

Ouch?

There goes a GOP US Senate seat?

Roy Moore, the controversial GOP nominee for a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, had sexual contact with a 14-year-old in the 1970s, and pursued two other teenaged girls, according to a bombshell Washington Post report published early Thursday afternoon.

Leigh Corfman told the Post that she met Moore, then a 32-year-old district attorney, outside a courtroom in Etowah County, Alabama. Moore obtained her phone number, then made arrangements to pick her up near her house a few days later. She said that on a first date, he kissed her. On a second encounter, he took off her pants and shirt and his own clothes, touched her over her bra and underwear, and guided her hand to touch his penis over his underwear.

“I wasn’t ready for that….

“If these allegations are true, he must step aside,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement. A string of other Republican officeholders, including Cory Gardner, who leads the GOP’s Senate campaign, made similar statements.

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Nassau County LI election 2017 results….Update Democrat Curran wins County Exc…

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Update

Nassau County Executive Office…

County Executive
(VOTE FOR) 1
(WITH 1198 OF 1203 PRECINCTS COUNTED 99.58%)
Laura CURRAN (DEM) . . . . . . . 139,161 48.49
Jack M. MARTINS (REP) . . . . . . 119,545 41.66
Jack M. MARTINS (CON) . . . . . . 17,686 6.16
Laura CURRAN (WOR) . . . . . . . 5,015 1.75
Laura CURRAN (WEP) . . . . . . . 2,142 .75
Cassandra J. LEMS (GRE). . . . . . 1,969 .69
Jack M. MARTINS (REF) . . . . . . 1,330 .46
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 121 .04
****** Totals by Candidate ******
Laura CURRAN . . . . . . . . . 146,318 50.99
Jack M. MARTINS . . . . . . . . 138,561 48.28
Cassandra J. LEMS. . . . . . . . 1,969 .69
WRITE-IN. . . . . . . . . . . 121 .04

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In the other countywide races, Republican County Clerk Maureen O’Connell was ahead of Democrat Dean Bennett, who runs a management consulting firm.

For Nassau comptroller, Republican Steven Labriola, a former deputy comptroller, led Democrat Jack Schnirman, the Long Beach City manager, in the battle to succeed Democrat George Maragos.

But it was the hard-fought county executive’s race that received the most attention at the Democratic and Republican gatherings Tuesday night. Green Party candidate Cassandra Lems also was on the ballot….

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There ARE more Democrats in Nassau County than  Republicans, whose political machine had run the place….But the demographic ‘s of the country are working even more against Republicans as the country turns more brown and yellow…In addition, there has been the arrest and conviction, which has been thrown out , of for New York State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son on corruption charges  …..The out going County Executive Republican Ed Mangano is under federal indictment for political corruption also.

The Curran win is a BIG blow to the Nassau County political machine….

This post has beeen updated to reflect the final tally in the County executive race…

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DC court puts on hold Trump’s effort to reverse Obama transgender troops policy….

Rough day for Donald J. Trump….

I wonder what Defense Sec Mattis actually thinks about this, which lets him off the hook from doing something I think he didn’t want to touch….

A federal court in Washington is barring President Donald Trump from changing the government’s policy on military service by transgender people.

Trump announced in an August memo that he intended to reverse course on a 2016 policy that allowed troops to serve openly as transgender individuals. He said he would order a return to the policy prior to June 2016, under which service members could be discharged for being transgender.

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly wrote Monday that transgender members of the military who had sued over the change were likely to win their lawsuit and barred the Trump administration from reversing course….

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Breaking…. 3rd Trump person has already pled guilty to lying to Mueller people about Russian connections…

Drip…Drip…DRIP.

Shoe’s contiune to Drop from Mueller’s probe’s…..

One has to think that this person HAS flipped and is spilling thye beans to Mueller’s people thereby putting pressure on others to jettison Trump and cover their own butts….

The idea that there was NOT Russian contacts with the Trump campaign is NOT GONNA hold….

This is BIGGER than Manafort….

George Papadopolous, another of those first five campaign advisors announced in March 2016 (Carter Page was another), pleaded guilty on Oct. 5, 2017, to making false statements to FBI. Unsealed this morning.

More soon.

Remember, days after being appointed, Papadopolous went to work trying to set up meetings between the Trump campaign and “Russian Leadership – Including Putin.”

We’re reading through the Papadopolous charges now. They are pretty bad and go directly to the Russia issue. More soon….

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This guy was arrested back in July….

Offenses committed by Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos

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People to watch for reactions from the Mueller Grand Jury charges….

The Key Players – Legal And Political – Whose Reactions To The Indictment You Should Watch

Obviously we’ll be closely watching special counsel Robert Mueller and President Donald Trump. But as this drama unfolds, Perry Bacon says we should also be paying close attention to the reactions of these other players:

  • Rob Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general who appointed Mueller
  • Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan
  • North Carolina Republican Sen. Richard Burr
  • The leading Republican men on Trump and Russia: Mike Conaway, Bob Goodlatte, Trey Gowdy, Chuck Grassley, Devin Nunes and Thomas Rooney
  • The anti-Trump wing of the GOP — both inside and outside the Senate
  • Pro-Mueller GOP senators
  • Other Republicans in Congress
  • Democrats

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I will add Donald J. Trump….

His lawyers are going to HAVE TO sit on their client to keep him quiet…Pardon’s at this time would probably be tricky as some lawyers have pointed out that if a pardon is given?…That person loses their 5th admendment rights to NOT answer questions about what they have done and could be counter filed….Manafort is also under investigation by the NY State Atty general’s office whose actions cannot be pardoned…

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Trump has some JFK Files released to the public….

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Congress in 1992  left it up the President to decide if he wanted to release files compiled on the  extensive investigation of the assassination of President Jack Kennedy in Dallas, Texas in 1963….

Not all of the files are being opened to the public….(The FBI and CIA have asked for more time to check for sources and method’s issues)

Historians will spend more time examining the paper trove….

The NY Times is asking for help with going over the files….

President Trump ordered the long-awaited release on Thursday of 2,800 documents related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, but bowed to protests by the C.I.A. and F.B.I. by withholding thousands of additional papers pending six more months of review.

The papers were posted online by the National Archives and Records Administration around 7:30 p.m. Thursday in compliance with a 1992 law, and represent a treasure trove for investigators, historians and conspiracy theorists who have spent more than half a century searching for clues to what really happened in Dallas on that fateful day in 1963.

But following a chaotic last-minute campaign by intelligence agencies lobbying for selected redactions, Mr. Trump agreed to postpone the disclosure of other documents while officials screen them again for sensitive information.

The National Archives on Thursday released a final batch of government documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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The House narrowly passes a 2018 Budget PLAN….

The vote was 216 to 212…..

New York, New Jersey and California REPUBLICAN House memebers voted AGAINST the outline of what a possible final budget would end up being….

Why?

Because in the plan’s tax cut part?

People in those states would LOSE tax advantages and the budget would actually INCREASE the nations budget deficit by as much as $2  TRILLON. over the next 10 years…

To say the whole thing is crazyily unbalanced  is a understatement ….

The final product is unlikely to look anything like what they voted on today….

The Republican ‘s now will have to try to CUT hundreds of billions from programs benefiting poor and middel class Americans to give to the rich 1% and their businesses…

Final approval of the budget measure clears the way for House leaders to unveil their tax plan next Wednesday, with a formal bill drafting expected by mid-November. The high-stakes legislative sprint could affect households in every state and businesses in every industry, with enormous political consequences for President Trump and Republicans in Congress.

The budget measure would allow for a tax bill that adds as much as $1.5 trillion to federal deficits over a decade, at a time when the federal government is already piling up more and more debt, which has now topped $20 trillion. The deficit for the 2017 fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, totaled $666 billion, an increase of $80 billion from the previous year.

The outline of a tax plan unveiled in September would cut the corporate income tax rate to 20 percent, from 35 percent, collapse individual income tax brackets from seven to three, with tax rates of 12 percent, 25 percent and 35 percent, and double the standard deduction to $12,000 for individuals and to $24,000 for married couples filing jointly. But the hardest decisions on how to mitigate the costs of the proposal have yet to be made.

The blueprint, as unveiled, would cost the Treasury more than $2 trillion over a decade, according to estimates by tax-writing experts. Now Congress must now find a way to force those proposals into a $1.5 trillion budget hole.

Disagreements on how to do that have begun spilling into public view. In addition to the dispute over the deduction for state and local taxes, Mr. Trump and the House’s chief tax writer, Representative Kevin Brady of Texas, have collided over the issue of retirement savings, another delicate issue.

Republicans hope that by the end of the year, they will be able to deliver to Mr. Trump the first significant revamping of the tax code since the Reagan administration, a feat that would show that unified Republican government can take on a big challenge and produce success.

But overhauling the tax code is an exceedingly difficult task, as evidenced by the decades that have passed since it was last achieved….

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Please NOTE….

Republicans are using the same procedure, called reconciliation, to avoid having to win the eight Democratic votes they would likely need to pass the bill with a 60-vote super-majority in the 100-member Senate. Reconciliation is a procedural mechanism originally intended to quickly clean up minor differences in the spending plans proposed by the Senate and the House by setting aside rules that slow the process. Lawmakers quickly learned that, with carefully written legislation, they could also move controversial legislation, like massive tax cuts or an overhaul of the health-care system, through reconciliation.

Didn’t the attempts to repeal health care with reconciliation fail?

Indeed they did. Republicans only have a two-vote margin in the Senate (effectively three, if you include vice president Mike Pence’s ability to cast the tie-breaking vote). If they lose just three votes, they still can’t pass anything. It’s possible the same thing will happen with this tax bill—except that cutting taxes is a far easier sell to Republicans, of course. It’s why they put up with Donald Trump….

What’s left to find out?

Everything, really. Like most preliminary documents, both the unified framework and the budget resolution kick the most critical decisions down the road. Republicans face a tightrope wire between who benefits from the tax cuts, and how much of the cuts get paid for versus how much the public will borrow. The more debt in the plan, the harder it will be to win critical votes in the Senate. But paying for the tax cuts by reducing loopholes—such as the deductions for state and local taxes, charitable giving or retirement savings—could alienate lawmakers whose constituents benefit. It’s a very difficult line to walk…

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