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President Trump told reporters he is “not happy” about reports that Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price used taxpayer-funded private planes, and said “we’ll see” about firing him. In Indiana, Trump laid out his vision for tax reform that includes a range of tax cuts for individuals and businesses. Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló said 97 percent of Puerto Ricans are without power, and about half still don’t have running water, one week after Hurricane Maria struck the U.S. territory. House Republicans proposed a plan to provide $10 billion for Trump’s border wall. And the Trump administration announced it will slash the number of refugees admitted into the United States next year to 45,000.
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