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Trump promises `Giant Tax Cut’ for Christmas

By Bloomberg
14 December 2017   |   5:32 am
President Donald Trump promised everyday Americans a “giant tax cut for Christmas” in a speech that the White House billed as his closing argument for a tax overhaul that Republicans in Congress finished negotiating on Wednesday.

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