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President Trump Called the Republican Tax Plan ‘So Popular.’ Polls Show It’s Not

President Trump said the Republican tax plan is “so popular,” despite public opinion polls which show very low support. Speaking to reporters before a lunch with several Republican senators, Trump said the bill which passed the Senate last week would soon make it out of a conference committee and head to his desk for signing.…
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