On Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that Trump told staffers to make sure that corporate tax rate was cut to 15% even if the plan would add to the national debt. He has said he wants a big tax cut for the middle class, though many politicians define "middle class" differently. "It's such a big thing", said Trump.
The Trump administration also has reversed a policy adopted under President Barack Obama banning the use of lead ammunition and fishing tackle on federal wildlife refuges and protected wetlands. " You came thru for me and I am going to come through for you ", he promised, before waxing poetic about his " exciting " victory. Elected in part on a law-and-order platform, Trump was the first sitting president to address the NRA since fellow Republican Ronald Reagan in 1983.
President Donald Trump's contradictory words, saying he "does not have a clear understanding of global relations". Tuesday's determination suggested that while Trump agreed with findings by the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, that Iran is keeping to its end of the bargain, he is looking for another way to ratchet up pressure on Tehran.
Northbound lanes of the interstate remained open Wednesday, even as the southbound lanes closed because of flooding. Brian Emfinger, a reporter for CNN affiliate KATV, took aerial images and video of flooding near Pocahontas, Arkansas, in the northeastern part of the state, where floodwaters overtopped a levee.
Google was under investigation by the Guardia di Finanza (tax police) and the prosecutor for booking profits generated in the country in Ireland. Both parties said the payment covered the period between 2002 and 2015. US multinational corporations now hold an estimated $2.6 trillion in foreign earnings, most of it from tech companies' global operations. "Corporate tax is based on profits, not revenues, and our profits have remained low given our heavy investments and the fact that retail ...
The oil market's patience is being tested to the limit. Among the region's main indexes Hong Kong fell one per cent in the afternoon, Shanghai ended 0.8 per cent lower and Sydney slipped 0.7 per cent while Singapore retreated 0.2 per cent.