The Drudge Report is no slouch in moving to where the news is being made: Can the Trump Administration pull off a Ronald Reagan Tax reform. And have the bill passed before the end of 2017. The First 100 Days story is old, at least in digital media time.
Here is the take on that tax reform by The Washington Post, which the Drudge Report links to.
What WaPo points out is that it took The Great Communicator - Reagan - 500 days to achieve the kind of tax reform. And it hasn't happened again since.
Even for Reagan, that overhaul wasn't possible until the beginning of his second term. In contrast, the Trumpetts have decided on a much faster track.
That's no surprise since the White House needs a major legislative victory. That will send the message that this gang, who couldn't get TrumpCare done, has learned how Washington D.C. works.
The early defeat of TrumpCare will be forgotten. A tax reform victory could be the platform for myriad other wins. Being re-elected in 2020 could become possible. Also, the GOP could maintain control of Congress.
Is Trump just the front man for a cabal of billionaires?
If that is the situation, does such a reality bother him?
Or does he need The Show too much?
Reflection: Trump's ideal job might have been to build and grow a kind of Fox News. Unfortunately for liberals, Roger Ailes got there first.
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