In fact, one of the president's only successes is losing more staff members than any administration in recent history - and repeatedly supporting white supremacists.
On the other hand is the rest of the North Dakota electorate which gave Trump a resounding victory over Hillary Clinton in last year's election and which continue to give the President some of the highest approval ratings in the nation.
"Both of the Reagan tax cuts were passed by a Democratic majority in the House, a Democratic speaker and the vast majority of Democrats in the Senate including a Democratic senator from the great state of North Dakota", Trump is expected to say on Wednesday, according to excerpts of his speech released in advance by the White House. Heidi Heitkamp. Senior White House officials said Tuesday that the support of Heitkamp, who's up for re-election next year in a state Trump carried, is something they are optimistic about winning.
Trump has also proposed consolidating the number of individual income tax brackets from seven to three and doubling the standard deduction. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump headed to North Dakota to discuss his tax overhaul plans Wednesday, but not all of his speech lined up with the facts about the tax code and the state of the US economy. And he's leaving the actual details to Congress. Expect similar efforts to gain steam as a bill moves closer to passage, especially given Trump's grumbling response to the April protests.
"I don't want to be disappointed by Congress", he said in the tax reform speech.
I was elected with the promise to reduce the cost of government, reduce the cost of doing business and, importantly for the message today, lower taxes.
The White House told the network that the President's daughter was asked to the meeting in order to talk about one of her pet issues, the child care tax credit. Among the 35 major developed economies that are part of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the 35% federal corporate tax rate is the highest.
According to a report from the Congressional Budget Office, when taking out various deductions and tax breaks for corporations, the United States ranked fourth among G-20 countries in effective corporate tax rates - what countries actually pay.