President Trump’s Tax Reform Passes Another Major Hurdle

On Wednesday, President Trump’s tax reform legislation passed a test vote in the Senate, which he called the “beginning of the next great chapter for the American worker.”

After the Senate’s earlier failure to repeal and replace ObamaCare, GOP lawmakers know that the American people are watching them closely, and are holding them to task.

During a rally in St. Louis, President Trump told the crowd, “Now comes the moment of truth. In the coming days, the American people will learn which politicians are part of the swamp, and which politicians want to drain the swamp.”

The president took to social media today, making sure to get Americans talking about his tax reform bill, and how he plans to use it to make life better for the entire country.

President Trump has been adamant that during his time in the White House, one of his biggest goals would be to drastically cut taxes for Americans, especially the Middle Class, who have struggled under Obama’s disastrous and punitive economic policies.

Trump made sure to focus on the Senate, as well, who disappointed the country earlier in the year, when they failed to repeal ObamaCare.

This time, the president has made sure to direct the collective gaze of the nation fall upon the Senate, who is clearly feeling the pressure.

As President Trump pointed out, the only people who truly don’t like his tax cut legislation either don’t understand it, or are merely continuing to follow the Democrat obstructionist agenda of “resisting” our America First president.