While there, Trump plans to emphasize that the last time Congress passed a major tax overhaul - which was under Republican President Ronald Reagan - Democrats signed on. "I think it's important that America supports him, that our town supports him and that and just our country in general supports him", said Rory Schuh, Bismarck. John Hoeven will travel on Air Force One with Trump, the officials said. Heidi Heitkamp, is the second time in as many weeks that the president has used his travel to needle a vulnerable Democrat facing a tough re-election battle in 2018.
"We want our companies to hire and grow in America, to raise wages for American workers, and to help rebuild our American cities and towns", Trump said.
But while the White House has called for bipartisanship in supporting the push, legislative proposals to reform the tax code are being discussed among a group of Republican congressional leaders and administration officials - without any Democratic input.
On the statutory corporate tax rate, or what the government has on the books as the business tax rate, Trump is correct when it comes to developed nations. And your senator, Claire McCaskill, she must do this for you. "This state is a reminder of what can happen when we promote American jobs instead of obstructing them", an advance excerpt of Trump's speech read.
Another goal of revamping the US tax code is bringing back money that USA companies have sent overseas to other countries, Trump said Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Trump met with the "Big Six" - the group of Republican administration officials and lawmakers responsible for crafting tax reform legislation - and said he meant to reduce taxes for both individuals and businesses, which he hopes will spur job creation.
Trump was visiting friendly territory: He won North Dakota by 36 points a year ago and has championed policies that benefit its energy sector.
"I would love to see some lower corporate tax rates and a simplified plan for all Americans", Neset said. The White House is also targeting Sen. Also joining the president were Republican Sen.
"The key hurdle is very simple: It's how to craft a package that can get 50 votes in the Senate and avoid the problems they had with Obamacare", Stephen Moore, an informal economic adviser to Trump and distinguished visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation, told Politico.