The legislation passed with support from all but thirteen Republicans and no Democrats, and now faces significant challenges in the Senate

House Republicans passed major tax cut legislation on Thursday after a closed-door speech on Capitol Hill from Donald Trump.

The bill, which would slash corporate taxes from 35% to 20% and also reduce individual rates, passed by a margin of 227 to 205 with support from all but thirteen Republicans and no Democrats.

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