Why the Republicans are passing a tax plan they know is flawed

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Why the Republicans are passing a tax plan they know is flawed
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President Trump also hinted over the weekend that the 20 percent corporate tax rate might creep up to 22 percent when the Senate bill is reconciled with the House version. That could force some companies to pay the 20 percent alternative minimum tax, which the Senate didn't kill as expected. But paying the AMT would disqualify companies for other corporate tax breaks.

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