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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Tarriff talk
In remarks on the Senate floor Wednesday, U.S. Senator Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), challenged the Senate to assert its constitutional authority on trade policy by passing his bipartisan legislation to require congressional approval of tariffs. “Let me say this one more time. The president and the administration has decided on its own accord – to tax the American people.” “This is Congress’ responsibility,” continued Corker. “[It is] Congress’ responsibility to generate tariffs or deal with taxes.” “This issue is going to wreak havoc on our country. It already is wreaking havoc on our relationships with friends that have been with us for many, many years in defense – that have come to our aid, we’ve come to their aid. We’ve had alliances.”


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