wallstreetexaminer.com / by Money Morning Staff Reports •
The billionaire Koch brothers are attempting to drive Washington’s policy decisions again.
This time, the siblings are prepared to sway GOP leaders’ decisions on tax reform.
And they’ll kick off their campaign this Monday, July 31, in a meeting with officials from President Donald Trump’s
administration – specifically Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchinand White House aide (and former Koch advisor) Marc Short.
Set to make the case for Charles and David Koch‘s special brand of tax reform will be Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President James Davis and Americans for Prosperity (AFP) President Tim Phillips.
Both Freedom Partners and AFP are Koch-backed organizations.
The event has been billed as an opportunity for “the White House and the Koch network to argue the benefits of a tax code rewrite,” reported The Hill this morning.
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