WASHINGTON – Rep. Todd Rokita was quick to back President Trump’s criticism of NFL players who kneel during the national anthem, saying that Trump “speaks for the vast majority of Hoosiers and Americans who are disgusted watching athletes who make hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars disrespect our great nation.”He made the comments Sunday in a fundraising request for his Senate campaign.
President Trump will travel to the Indiana State Fairgrounds Wednesday to pitch his tax reform plan, the White House announced Monday. The visit will be Trump’s first to the state since his inauguration. It comes less than a week after Vice President Pence came back to his home stateto give a speech in Anderson on overhauling the tax code. And Pence is expected to return in October for a similar event.
WASHINGTON — President Trump is coming to Indiana Wednesday where he will announce some details of what he wants included in a tax overhaul package congressional Republicans hope to send him by the end of the year. Here's what we know about the event:When and where will he be speaking? Trump will be speaking at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in the Farm Bureau Building at around 5 p.m. Wednesday. Unlike a Trump political rally, the event is not expected to be open to the general public.
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Selecting a term
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