VP-elect Mike Pence says the Trump administration will destroy gridlock by immediately tackling aggressive healthcare, immigration and tax reforms. That sounds good to us, how about you? Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, Pence said, “I think the only thing that will surprise [voters] is that Washington, D.C. is going to get an awful lot done in a short period of time.” That sounds GREAT!
Pence said Trump is eager to curb illegal immigration, repeal and replace ObamaCare, fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court and strengthen the military during his first 100 days as president.
The Indiana governor revealed that working with Congress to “move fundamental tax reform,” meanwhile, would dominate the tail-end of Trump’s initial 200 days as president.
“[It’s meant to] free up the pent-up energy in the American economy,” Pence said, adding Trump’s tax policies would “benefit American workers and strengthen American incomes.”
Pence added Trump’s tax strategies include lowering marginal rates, reducing the corporate rate to 15 percent and repatriating corporate cash located overseas.