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Mr Trump said “the very, very wealthy” would be “the real losers” from the planned changes, as the bill was a “great deal for the wealthy, the banks, the pharmaceutical companies and so on” who will benefit most from the tax breaks.
The president said: “And what we’ve done is we’ve made all kinds of deals that have given a tremendous level of advantage to the so-called people at the very top.
“We are going to be putting it into law on Friday, to make certain that nobody can make these deals anymore. And, you know, we’re gonna bring them back to the light, to the American people.”
Mr Trump is expected to unveil the bill in a speech on Friday.
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President Trump will reportedly sign the legislation if Democrats are unable to force his hand with tax bills, and push for immediate tax reform legislation that the American public can expect to win on December 19.
The president had previously warned his own budget director that he would veto the spending bill over the $2.7 trillion spending deal. The President later said it was the spending bill, not the budget deal, which was “the problem”.