Trump's address to Congress was optimistic but did little to explain his plans, House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer tells CNBC.
Trump's ambitions to implement "historic" tax reforms are too ambitious to be achieved in the short term; Global Chairman of PwC.
Professor Peter Trubowitz, director of the United States Centre at LSE, and Philippa Malmgren, founder of the DRPM Group, discuss Trump's trade stance.
Philippa Malmgren, founder of the DRPM group, adds that repealing Obamacare will take three years despite the Republican Party's majority government.
Professor Peter Trubowitz, director of the United States Centre at LSE, told CNBC "Republicans breathed a sigh of relief last night."
WASHINGTON— A claim by President Donald Trump from his speech to Congress and how it stacks up with the facts:. TRUMP, in prepared remarks: "Obamacare is collapsing... so I am calling on all Democrats and Republicans in Congress to work with us to save Americans from this imploding Obamacare disaster." Republican governors whose states have expanded Medicaid are...
President Donald Trump's big plans are in deep trouble as he heads into his first big speech to Congress.
By one estimate, the so-called border adjustment tax could have countries putting up $385 billion in blocks on U.S. exports.
Former Rep. Barney Frank, (D-Mass.), talks about the benefits written into the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and potential fallout if the law is repealed.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling, (R-Texas), says the House, Senate and President Trump are all committed to tax reform, but Congress is also looking at regulatory reform as well.
It comes down to working together, says former Sen. Max Baucus, (D-Mont.), talking about the difficulty in getting a tax plan passed through Congress. Also Baucus explains why he doesn't think health care reform will get very far because it's such a "muddled mess."
We hold the power of the purse, says Rep. Diane Black, (R-Tenn.), talking about the budget committee's commitment to slimming down spending, repealing Obamacare, and creating a fair tax plan for manufacturers in the U.S.
CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at hot topics President Donald Trump is likely to tackle when he delivers a speech before Congress tonight.
In the wake of the president's repeated attacks on the media, CNN's president criticized many leaders in Congress for not speaking up.
With the GOP- controlled Congress starting its third month of work on one of its marquee priorities, unresolved difficulties include how their substitute would handle Medicaid, whether millions of voters might lose coverage, how their proposed tax credits would work and how to pay for the costly exercise. In a fresh blow, a leading House conservative said late...
Nunes told the news conference the "only serious crime" was leaks of information from the Trump administration to the news media and others.
President Trump will address Congress on Tuesday night with the lowest approval ratings of any president in modern U.S. history, according to a new poll from NBC News/Wall Street Journal .
A growing political tribalism has boosted the 45th president, but the real tests of solidarity have barely begun.
Unless Congress simply cuts taxes for everyone, there will be winners and losers, and the losers won't go quietly. If Congress does cut taxes for everyone, lawmakers risk exploding an already large budget deficit. Republicans in Congress are also working on plans, with the House GOP taking the lead.
A mere 44 percent of Americans approve of the president's performance as president, while 48 percent disapprove, according to a survey.