• White House budget director says current deal ‘probably isn’t far enough’
  • Senate majority leader predicts tax cuts legislation by end of year

Mitch McConnell said on Sunday he was waiting to hear what Donald Trump “might sign” before he put a bipartisan deal on healthcare up for a vote in the Senate. The White House budget chief, Mick Mulvaney, quickly indicated the wait for action by Congress would go on, saying the deal “in its current form probably isn’t far enough yet”.

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