A flurry of last-minute changes Friday to the Senate Republican tax bill have set the plan on a fast track to passage.
Tax cuts duke it out with Trump's legal problems for control over the stock market's momentum.
Holdout Sen. Bob Corker says he thinks the GOP can approve it even without his vote.
Sens. Johnson and Daines reach an agreement with the GOP leadership to raise the amount of pass-through income business owners can deduct.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the next in a series of roll call votes is set for Friday morning.
The Senate tax plan would add more than $1 trillion to federal deficits even after the effects of economic growth.
Substantial changes are still being made to the Senate GOP tax plan — which could be passed by the end of the week, Vox reports.
Strategas said the "trigger" proposed by Sen. Bob Corker to limit deficits from the tax bill could essentially reduce the tax cut by half.
A tax bill tool designed to win the support of key GOP senators is finding resistance among others.
Some GOP senators haven't yet committed to supporting the tax bill, but anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist thinks the legislation will pass.
President Donald Trump heads to Capitol Hill to rally Republicans on taxes, and then to negotiations with Democrats pressing for victories of their own.
The amended Senate GOP tax bill would reduce federal revenues by an estimated $1.3 trillion to $1.5 trillion over a decade.
U.S. President Donald Trump predicted that Sen. Jeff Flake will oppose the GOP tax bill, but the senator's office says he has not yet made up his mind.
The tax bill now goes to a full Senate where some Republicans are already skeptical.
The House and Senate took big steps toward tax reform, but concerns from Republicans threaten the effort.
The congressional budget plan permits the tax bill to boost the deficit by $1.5 trillion over 10 years.
Trump's GOP critics could be sabotaging their own political agenda, says National Review's Jonathan S. Tobin.
Steve Bannon isn’t just trying to tear down the GOP establishment. He wants to build a new one, Vox reports
They definitely get points for creativity.
The president was confident that any personal animosity the senators have toward him will not change their long-term support for lower taxes.