President Donald Trump touted his accomplishments during a visit to Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he promised major victories on tax reform and healthcare.
"No administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days," Trump said Wednesday, according to Politico, after he toured the tool manufacturer Snap-on. "That includes on military, on the border, on trade, on regulation, on law enforcement — we love our law enforcement — and on government reform."
He also told the crowd to "press everybody" to support replacing Obamacare, saying "we're on time, if we get that healthcare approval."
"We wanna get that approval," Trump said. "And it just makes the tax reform easier, and it makes it better. It's gonna make it steeper. It's gonna be bigger, and that's what we wanna do."
Despite Democrats' doubts about his plans for tax reform, Trump maintains that his administration is "in very good shape on tax reform."
"We have the concept of the plan. We're gonna be announcing it very soon," he continued. "But healthcare, we have to get the healthcare taken care of. And as soon as healthcare takes care of, we are gonna march very quickly. You're gonna watch. We're gonna surprise you. Right, Steve Mnuchin? Right?"
Trump also mentioned "infrastructure," and a "big infrastructure bill," is coming "soon" to fix the county's "badly depleted infrastructure," though he did not specify when.
"Probably use it with something else that's a little bit harder to get approved in order to get that approved. But infrastructure is coming, and it's coming fast."
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