- The measure,
H.R. 2, is “biased against rural America” and appears to be entirely debt-financed: statement
- President Trump’s advisers would recommend a veto of the bill if it cleared Congress: statement
- The White House also says advisers would urge a veto of two other House bills set for a vote today:
H.R. 5332, which would allow consumers easier access to credit reports, because it would expand CFPB’s “already broad authority over credit reporting ...