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Republican Sens. Mike Enzi of Wyoming (pictured), James Lankford of Oklahoma, and John Thune of South Dakota argued that President Trump's "very engagement" on the issue and ability to institute renegotiations of the 1993 deal among the U.S., Canada, and Mexico was "evidence of every future administration's ability to review and renegotiate trade deals." (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Republican senators urge White House to back off on adding end date to NAFTA

By Sean Higgins |
They argued that President Trump's ability to renegotiate the 1993 deal was "evidence of every future administration's ability to review and...

Richard Cordray to step down as Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director

By Joseph Lawler |

Congressional Republicans have long sought the ouster of the Obama appointee, whose term runs through next summer.

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CBO: Republican tax bill would result in cuts to Medicare, other programs

By Joseph Lawler |

Congress could cancel the automatic spending cuts, but Republicans would need Democratic help to get the required 60 Senate votes.

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Here's what Trump gets right on trade

By Washington Examiner |

Nationalist industrial policy never really benefits the nation that practices it. It's one of the things President Trump gets right about tr...

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