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Bossie Excited for Trump's Message on Tax Reform

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By    |   Wednesday, 30 August 2017 02:59 PM

President Donald Trump's speech in Springfield, Missouri, will be about tax reform, and his former deputy campaign manager, David Bossie, said he finds that exciting.

"We need tax reform," Bossie told Fox News' "Fox & Friends" program. "The American people deserve tax relief. Businesses and corporations across America desire tax reform, so that they understand the rules going forward so that they can create those jobs for the American people."

Trump already has created "one million new jobs," and the nation has a 2.6 percent economic growth for its second quarter, and the Dow is at historic highs, so it's time for reform, said Bossie.

"We just need Congress to marry up with the president and deliver him tax reform, so that he can sign it this year," said Bossie.

Tax reform, he continued, is something that is being gifted to the nation, but repealing Obamacare meant "taking things away," so the tax legislation should pass easier.

"There's a lot of people with lot of different ideas," said Bossie. "They all think they're good ideas and smart ideas. We need to come together on a set of solutions and make it happen."

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, though, need to get on board, said Bossie, and they should start by listening to Trump's "optimistic message to the American people" on Wednesday, when he'll explain why tax relief is needed.

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