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Trump appeared to cherrypick which major topics he'd address — and which countries he'd avoid naming, NBC News reports.
"We've got to be sure we do keep our focus on our fiscal house," Republican Sen. Rob Portman tells CNBC.
Trump's address to Congress was optimistic but did little to explain his plans, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer tells CNBC.
Despite complaints over the lack of detail, the European media had a broadly positive reaction to President Trump's speech to Congress.
NBC News fact checked President Trump's statements throughout his formal address to Congress.
Trump's ambitions to implement "historic" tax reforms are too ambitious to be achieved in the short term; Global Chairman of PwC.
Congressional Republicans eager to repeal Obamacare may be tempered by the expected impact on the federal deficit.
By one estimate, removing the estimated 11 million undocumented workers now in the U.S. would cost more than $500 billion.
In his first address to a joint session of Congress, Trump presses the pledges that drew many working-class voters to his campaign.
Steve Beshear defends the Affordable Care Act in the Democratic response to Trump's address.
Trump will also tout a commitment to "increasing funding" for veterans in his budget.
It remains to be seen how many specifics Trump will give about his policies during the address.
Many next-generation conservatives are more likely to side with congressional Republicans than with Trump, Vox reports.
If spending increases don't bring in more tax revenue, Pawlenty says it could be a problem for the GOP.
Officials familiar with the proposal say it calls for slashing 37 percent of the State Department and the USAID budgets.
President Donald Trump's big plans are in deep trouble as he heads into his first big speech to Congress.
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