repealed, they still don't have a bill that they have majority support. >> good to see you. thanks. nicole: breaking news this morning and president donald trump and congressional leaders and their focus on tax reform and spending. what's the timeline? can they avoid the government shutdown? good morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: hi, everybody. good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. the dow fell 45 points yesterday. the eighth losing streak a row. but dallas 14, nasdaq up ap nicole: in asia, japan's nikkei rebounded from a six-week low by a weaker yen. nikkei 1%. in china to shanghai composite down half of 1%.
lauren: amazon delays the cashier less grocery store because some technical problems facing that day. we will tell you what went wrong. lauren: tesla ceo elon musk wants to upgrade your brain with a computer. we'll tell you about the latest come to me. lauren: in sports and the san antonio spurs with lebron james and the cavaliers had a first-place bid and hockey literature at red wing beat the carolina hurricanes. a scary situation for the goaltender. nicole: good morning. by the 1:00 a.m. tuesday, march 20th. we welcome you to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. lauren: let's get started. lawmakers carried out for a fight over government spending bill. only a dozen workdays before april 28th because of the two-week recess in athens next month. house and senate leaders expected to speak about plans on how to address government funding to avoid a partial government shutdown. nicole: conservative republicans push for action. the funding planned parenthood
to be included in the bill. democrats opposed the bill. the measure will likely need 60 votes to pass the senate. republicans currently hold 52 seats. lauren: after the collapse of the health care of the health care bill, the white house signaling that will be much more tax reform. peter barnes in washington without part of the story. reporter: the white house trying to get right back on the horse after the failure of health care reform on friday. on monday, the president signed for bills under the congressional review act to renege and pull back for obama administration regulations. not big ones, but the white house wanted to show some progress by the white house to move forward from health care is failure in the house on friday. at the white house says that it is still working hard now to try to potentially reach out and work with democrats on the next big agenda item for the chimp administration, which is tax reform, but the white house press secretary said this time
the white house will be much more engaged. listed. >> we are driving the train on this, so we are going to work with congress on this, but the president, as he occurred through multiple times, the president has been clear this is a huge priority, something he feels passionately about. reporter: democratic leader chuck schippers said democrats are willing to talk to the administration about tax reform, but said over the weekend they are going to repeat the same mistake they made on trump care with tax reform. back to you in new york. traded to wish or hope not. peter barnes, thank you. yesterday's open as investors shrugged off concerns that tax cuts will be delayed after president trumps health care failure. art hogan, at wunderlich security joining us right here in the studio this morning. good morning. >> good morning. nicole: canister outlook and that the bears take this one.
a little bit of jitters. mr. market perspective? >> i think investors are looking for repeal and replace to get behind this we can start tax reform. so that's the good news. you won't get as much in terms to the overall percentage in tax cuts than we would have had if he saved the money with repeal and replace. you will get to a quicker. instead of a 15% or 20% corporate tax rate to 20% you can get that accomplished by the august break. that impacts earnings and the economy this year. investors really weren't that engaged in repeal and replace. that wasn't there. lauren: which you call this a teflon market where it isn't sticking? yes, we've been down eight days in a row, but only over that time period. croissants and so putting it. come up at the dallas down modestly. >> i don't know if it's teflon, but the fundamentals remain strong.
when we look at earnings coming up, i think if you look at the economic data that's been better. that benefit the possibility of progrowth policies put in place this year, the market is nice. nicole: you're a believer. what sectors do you like since you seem optimistic? >> the financials for sure. we have the financial israeli touch everything that is progrowth policy. but its deregulation, tax reform, goes like repatriation and that's good for financials. the technology is agnostic. it has nothing to do with policy. the third inning as infrastructure and that helps industrials. if you think about those three sectors, what you want to avoid is those on surrogates. many go back over the last couple weeks. the rising interest rate you want to avoid that.
stay away from the surrogates. nicole: art hogan, market strategist, wonderlich. thank you for sitting in the studio giving us your perspective. it is not out loom and doom. lauren: congressman devin nunes should step down the steps aside for an investigation as the intelligence community rebuild sensitive information on white house grounds and disclose that intelligence agencies had intercepted information about president trumps factor in the train vision. congressman devin nunes on "the o'reilly factor" explaining his reaction. >> or intelligence products they don't have access to in the house of representatives, but we do have clearances to see them. >> we know they're unmasking of american states. sources had provided us that information. so when i have to do is i needed a place i could find the information and review it.
lauren: but democrats claiming devin nunes' connections have raised doubts about whether the committee could investigate the president's campaign associates. nicole: the administration making good on its promise to target. illegal immigrants will give federal criminal justice grants. >> i strongly urge our nation states, cities and counties to consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens refusing to enforce our immigration laws and to read these policies. such policies make the cities and states less safe. nicole: the government said to call back grand if they did not comply. they are sanctuary cities along with many smaller municipalities. lauren: north korea has test fired an answer engine could be tested as friday night was
similar to a test conducted this month. they played the test could be part of north korea with an intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach the united states. the first engine test is a new type of rocket engines for long-range missiles. nicole: the global market action overnight. the worst week last week get things looking a little better around the globe. the nikkei up 1.1% in japan to the shanghai composite down half of 1%. hong kong comic hang seng and chris kospi both gaining. lauren: trading myths that the down two points in london. the cac up slightly in paris. trade to the dallas then done a decent record longest losing streak since 2011 has lost forever poised. data can today be the ninth in a row. we have not seen that since 1978. let's not make that happen for your 401(k)s and iras.
lauren: $48.8 a barrel. 1256 a troy ounce. nicole: dollar pullback yesterday. mixed bags. the euro and canadian dollar are weaker against the greenback and receive the u.k. pondered the mexican peso stronger against the u.s. dollar. lauren: the 10 year treasury yield lowest since february. trade to amazon.com plans for a store with no cashier had run into some technical difficulties. the amazon does store in the company's hometown of seattle is supposed to use cameras and sensors, watch the customers ,-com,-com ma track with a pickup and automatically charge them. sounds easy. i've encountered some problems tracking more than 20 people in the store at one time. the plan at the end of the month has been delayed while the bugs are worked out. amazon also announcing it is by soaked.com, a middle eastern online retailer valued at
$1 billion. lauren: we are watching today, jumping about 4% in after-hours after the the latest earnings from the parent company of olive garden in longhorn steakhouse predicts that patients. also slightly raising its earnings for the full year. red hat shares rallied 5% after the bell. investors snapping up shares after the forecast the street estimate and impose tighter than expected revenue for the quarter. look at earnings from carnival this morning before the opening bell. doesn't the world's largest cruise ship company expected to increase from year ago thanks to higher prices in pretty strong bookings coming in. nicole: a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." they saw restroom settled in. the prospect of blowing the u.s. auto industry is the minute i made in mexico became thornier during the administration's early days of the number of popular pickups and suvs flooding in from south of the border rose sharply in january and february.
some colleges stepped up to the student's debt burden. students on the hook to pay crushing student on deck i believe it's nearly 100 colleges adopt programs to share some of the burden. there is coconut everywhere. the world is going coconuts. this week, pulpy fruit is now in every grocery shelves i say lack of healthy fats and plant food is made into butter, milk, and transformed into snack chips. lauren: coming up, congress and the president gear up for spending and tax cuts. how would all play play out? we'll ask bryan brandenburg, the business at king's college. nicole: storms moving across the south. fox meteorologist adam art klot. nasdaq on for three straight
lauren: good morning. 5:15 in new york. president transmitting corporatist agenda. the white house calling tax reform is next responsibility. overhauling the tax code, hoping to have legislation by august. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions taken in that century cities. cities that do not comply with immigration laws will be denied justice department grants more than $4 billion in funds are at stake here. amazon has put its plans for a store with no cashier is on hold. "the wall street journal" reporting that amazon go store reportedly has too many kinks and technology.
the story supposed to automatically charge customers when they leave the store instead of using cash registers. but markets climb back today after falling 45 points yesterday. dow futures of 14, s&p futures at three, nasdaq up three days in a row dating eight points. trade to congress and the white house gearing up for spending and tax cuts. but the timeline and was the risk of a government shutdown? professor bryan brandenburg, joining us now, chair of the business of financing program at kings college in manhattan. thank you for joining us. we're talking about tax cuts. what is the timeline? >> yeah, i think that is reasonable. the administration is probably going to pull back on the tax cut. they want to get something done and so they are going to put a package out there that most republicans will be willing to go with. that probably means getting rid of controversial elements of the
border just syntax. i don't think that will be in that package because they want to get a win. august is so much for the fall budget battle fall budget battles that may be more health care reform battles in the fall. lauren: what about planned parenthood? >> i don't and that's going to be in there. that comes up in the supplemental budget. i think what they want to do is get through the april deadline without a government shut down. that's bad for republicans if they fail in the health care bill in the government shutdown. i don't think they will fight. the budget sites will happen in the fall when they start looking at 2018. true to her talking about growth projections. how do you get anywhere near those numbers? >> i think a tax cut will be part of that. they are relying on good growth in the economy already. good fundamentals and corporate earnings that the tax cut will be part of that.
but it's a heavy lift. we are talking about an economy growing at 2% or less to get to about 3% is a big lift. it's going to take more. lauren: not to be a debbie downer, but you look at factions of the republican party and then elected democrat showed this amazing unity. how do they work to get something done? >> does not like the idea about cutting rates for businesses. i think i'm infrastructure you're going to find some guy in there. that's right in the horsetrading if you want to go along with us and tax reform. you could see something there. i think his job is to reach out to the freedom caucus. i think he's going to do that. he will stay focused on a tax bill that both of those sides
can come together because the truth is they all need a win for the republicans as they think about 2018 elections. nicole: that will make something happen there. professor brian brian brenberg t kings college here in new york city. thank you for joining us. lauren: thank you, brian. they did their hometown yet again. they will still play in oakland while the stadium is being built in las vegas. >> i know that there's going to be disappointment and i just hope in the future as we played oakland this year, that they understand it was the players. it was in the coaches that made this decision. lauren: elbowed them out of first place. the carolina hurricanes for the scary situation for the goaltender. we'll have both of those stories for you. stocks rebounded this morning.
lauren: the oakland raiders on the move after the nfl approved owner mark davis is big to go to las vegas in a 31-one-vote yesterday. here's the awkward part. the team will play in oakland until its new stadium is built in sin city, a project that could take until the year 2020. oilsands expressing anger and
disappointment at the news. >> you are not just those in the raiders. we are losing our family, too. >> it really hurts because why should we be loyal to them if they are not loyal to us? >> we've been given a middle finger at sam's. nicole: the move will mark the raiders third the relocation of the last five years. nicole: cleveland cavaliers losing their grip on the first place spot in the east. bad time for lebron james and the spurs final seconds, leonard knocks down a jumper to beat the buzzer. san antonio up 24 at the half. third quarter he goes up for the rebound and he goes down. lebron peaks that although. he eventually does get up and walk to the bench.
still in the third, patty mills with jr smith. the spurs win big 103-74. behind the celtics. russell westbrook and dallas to face the mavericks. mark cuban has said that westbrook is not an mvp. really? check this out. goes down the thunder down 11. westbrook drills three. the thunder down eight. less than a minute left. westbrook brings the thunder to one within the bucket. one minute left. go-ahead bucket. they come back to win it. he gets his 37th triple-double. what does mark cuban thinks now? turning to hockey. the hurricanes red wing game in overtime. andrea's scores the game-winner. last goes down and was then
falling back into his own net and clearly pretty badly hurt. they are gathered around the goaltender. it was an alarming scene as the medical staff stabilized and took him away on a stretcher bearer. transfer to a hoital for further evaluation. we wish him well. nicole: wow, certainly do. the health care bill turns to tax reform, but they are hoping for a different outcome. the >> obviously we are driving the train on this. this is a huge priority, something he feels very passionately about. lauren: amazon delays the opening of its cashier less store because of technical difficulties. we'll tell you what went wrong. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. 5:26 in the east. ♪
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lauren: breaking news this morning. president donald trump in russia leaders turn their bill to tax deferment to tax deferments banning pit with deferment spending. what's the timeline and can they avoid a government shutdown? good morning. i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning. i'm nicole petallides. the dow fell 45 points yesterday. not as bad as i'd expected. u.s..target features this morning slightly higher. dow futures update in s&p futures up to. lauren: japan's nikkei gaining 1.1%, rebounding from a six-week low yesterday helped by a weaker yen. moving the opposite direction. nicole: amazon delays the
opening of its cashier less grocery store because of technical problems. we'll tell you why we're wrong. lauren: tesla ceo elon musk wants to upgrade your brain with a computer. we'll tell you what this is all about. nicole: san antonio spurs out of first place. and hockey the detroit red wings beat the hurricanes, but there is a scary situation for the goaltender. we'll explain. lauren: 5:31 a.m. in new york. welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: lawmakers gearing up for a new fight over government spending bill. they have only about a dozen legislative workdays before april 28th because the two-week recess next month. house and senate republican leaders expected to speak about their plan today on how to address the government funding to avoid partial government shutdown. conservative republicans pushing for action to define planned parenthood to be included in the
bill. strongly opposing the idea. the measure will need 60 votes to pass the senate. republicans currently hold 52 seats. nicole: the white house now signaling that will be much more engaged and tax reform. peter branson washington with the details. reporter: well, the white house trying to get right back on the horse after the failure of health care reform on friday. on monday the president signed for bill thunder the congressional review act to renege the obama administration regulations. not big ones. showing some progress to move forward from health care is failure in the house. the white house said it's working hard to try to potentially reach out and work with democrats on the next big agenda item for the chimp administration which is tax reform. the white house press secretary said this time the white house
will be much more engaged. >> we are going to work with congress on this, but the president has heard multiple times it's clear this is a huge priority, said that he feels passionately about. >> democratic leader chuck schumer says democrats are willing to talk to the administration about tax reform, they said over the weekend they will repeat the same mistake they made on childcare with tax reform. back to you in new york. nicole: peter barnes, thank you. lauren: sharp losses as investors shook off concern that tax cuts will be too late after president trans health care failure. art hogan wonderlich joins us. what are you telling your clients? is theorst over? that's interesting. that's a great question.
they have a 3% to 5% pullback. we have not one of five months of that's normal. this administration is trying to get things done in him a well get that done before the august break it that's important because it affects 2018 earnings. if we can get something done at the corporate tax rate of 25% is in deregulation and start talking about infrastructure, i think the 2018 s&p 500 earnings could be about 10% too low, which means stocks are pretty fairly valued but very attractively valued into next year. it will take some work and see how the progress goes through the market is to get every day, the more the market can buy into the fact things are better next year than this year. nicole: you told us he likes financials, infrastructure and technology. a little pullback would be okay. we have not had anything big. i'm sure a lot of people don't want a big hole that. i have a client died on the
dips. every time it takes to satisfy. >> 50 day moving average is something to the cab. i think that's a good idea. keep an eye on that. that is a lot more. that is your 5% to 7%. i don't think it's a bad idea. stocks are fairly valued but if we can get any of this pro-business policy, the structure and the end of 2018. lauren: to see a formal 10% correction with more buying on the day of. >> there is a large population of people that didn't believe this. whether the administration look like and how the market would react if not had a chance for the pullback. if you are on the sidelines, look at that. things outside the u.s. that the french election might have some effects on the market.
probably get that out of the way. nicole: quickly, dollar oil gold bonds, anything else you're watching? >> all of tt. the price of oil is important to us. that has everything to do with opec and that these guys rule forward. i think they went to. lauren: art hogan, chief market strategist at wonderlich security. nicole: donald trump in 16 -- reviews sensitive information undisclosed intelligence agencies had intercepted information about president trans during the presidential transition. congressman tran 11 on the o'reilly you're explaining. >> there are intelligence product suite on how access to in the house of representatives come up with the clearances to
see them. we knew there was unmasking of american stains. services had provided us that information. what i have to do is they needed a place i could go find the information and review it. lauren: democrat claim whether the committee could credibly investigate the president's campaign associates. lauren: welcome the top democrat in the senate causing a scene in a new york city restaurant over the weekend. the new york post says senator chuck schumer started yelling at above the law could did donald trump supporters saying to him the president is a liar. his anger was directed at hillary califano, also the wife of joseph califano of a well-known democrat under president jimmy carter. a spokesperson for schumer says he and his wife aided the cab and sunday can engage in an unremarkable conversation with a nicole: approached their table. there were no heated exchanges
with anyone. nicole: north korea has test fired another rocket engine. several u.s. officials say the test of race on friday night similar to the test conducted earlier this month. they blew the test to be part of north korea's intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach the united states. north korea's official made a says the first engine test is a new type of rocket engine for long-range missiles. lauren: let's get caught in the global market action. the nikkei in japan at 1.1% recovered most of yesterday's losses. south korea cost the fa third of 1%. better than expected fourth-quarter gdp. nicole: in europe, the london for saddam fractionally. the cac quarante slightly higher than the german dax up half of 1%. lauren: and the u.s., looking at features.
dow futures up 12 points at the dow closes today, nine days of losses in a row. that's something we haven't seen it or did nine years. keep in mind the past eight days down at least eight points. s&p up to, nasdaq update today. nicole: art hogan is watching the next 96 sessions. right now we take a look. oil is that 37 cents. three quarters of a percent pulling back three backs. lauren: mixed bag. the euro, canadian dollar, mexican peso and japanese yen weaker versus the u.s. dollar. nicole: right now 2.3% higher. lauren: amazon plans for a store without a cashier have run into technical difficulties. the amazon goes toward seattle is supposed to use cameras and sensors to watch customers and track what they pick up. automatically charged them when they leave the store. amazon has reportedly
encountered problems tracking more than 20 people in the store one time. the plan to opening at the end of the month has been delayed while the bugs are worked out. amazon also announcing it is by and a middle east online retailer once valued billion dollars. one of them was involved in an accident. the testing was suspended after one of the vehicles hit by a car and flipped over in tempe, arizona on friday. they were to uber tester's in the vehicle. no serious injuries reported. passengers in tempe and pittsburgh for test driving only in san francisco. during the testing, customers can have the self driving cars accompanied hoover employees. uber is investing heavily in this program. lauren: here's a look at the headlines in today's edition of "the wall street journal." mexican auto output soared as trump settled in.
the prospect of lowered reliance on made in mexico became thornier during the trump administration's early days as the number of popular pickups and suvs flooding in for this process of the border rose sharply in january and february. some colleges step back to the student's debt burden. students on the hook to pay crushing student loan debt get some relief as nearly 100 colleges adopt programs to share some of the burden. there's a coconut everywhere. the world going coconut. the fruit on every grocery store shelves as consumers lapped up healthy fats and plant food. committed to water, milk, water and baking. nicole: coming up, congress and the president gear up over spending and tax cuts. how it will all play out. we are going to speak with brian brenberg from the business and economics professor at king's college. severe storms move across the south. we'll have the forecast. add him claude standing by.
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nicole: eight at 5:45 a.m. here in new york give us get you caught up on what's happening out. president donald trump of informative agenda. the white house contacts affirmance next priority. the trump administration will take a lead role in overhauling the tax code, hoping to have legislation by august. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions taking aim at sanctuary cities. he said cities that do not comply with immigration laws will be denied justice department grants. more than $4 billion in funds are at stake. amazon has put its plans for a store with no cashiers on hold at "the wall street journal" said the amazon go store has too
many kinks in its technology. the store is supposed to automatic recharge customers when they leave instead of using cash registers. take a look at u.s. stock market futures right now down eight days in a row. this would be the night. we haven't seen that since 1978. how to break the trend because dow futures are up 12, s&p up to. nicole: congress and the light has carried out for the next battle against spending and tax cuts. with the timeline and risk of a government shutdown? let's bring in professor brian brenberg, at the king's college in manhattan. good to have you here. when you see tax reform? >> i think they can get tax reform done by the end of the year. they were talking about a very big tax reform package earlier in the year with the defeat of the health care bill to the scale that back and go for a tax cut. it'll be smaller, more focused and middle class and businesses and they can get that done by the end of the year.
they want the win to move onto other priorities. nicole: that about the site of the government spending bill. a dozen legislative work days before april 28. the two-week recess next month. but they avoid the government shutdown? >> neither party can be seen for government shutdown. you don't win when you seem to be responsible. especially republicans. i don't think of them don't think of them make a big fight about this. they will put a lot of the so-called poison pieces of legislation into this in order to stalin. they've been sitting tax reform is our priority. it could be a big loss for republicans if they are seen as the one chart in the government. lauren: the next battle is raising the debt limit. >> yeah, that's a little bit later this fall. it's unlikely republics wi derail the centerpiece. they need to win this year because they will do things next year. if you don't get tax reform, and makes it hard to pursue anything
in 2018. they will try to focus -- is going to get more involved. we want to get tax reform done. it would be like a laser when it gets tax reform. nicole: do you think is doing a good job? to think some of us will go through? >> you can learn. the health care process was eye-opening. he saw how involved he needs to be. much more focused committee on administration is talking that way. i think he's learning. he wants to get this done and that will help him get it done by the end of the year. lauren: is any government is difficult especially with factions in your own party. >> even when your party is in control of the house and senate. he said he's learned something. that's good and so you'll take that forward as they think about tax reform. he has to stay focused. he saw that with the last bill. he will bring to bear and tax reform. nicole: macro economics.
they are terrible. >> i don't think i see a lot of movement on tax reform gets done. the message from the white house is the winning ticket tax reform done. because we lost some with health care. but literally i would be very shocked if they did anything significant on trade. >> the health care failure added incentive to cut taxes right now. professor brian brenberg can assure the program of business and finance at kings college here in new york city. thank you for coming on. nicole: coming up, cyclones battle northern australia. we'll have that and other pitcher weather forecast. tesla ceo of elon musk wants to upgrade your brain with a computer. we'll excited about his latest company. checking in on your stock index futures after a selloff yesterday although they recovered some of that. dow futures this morning at 15. s&p futures up to. you are watching "fbn:am," your
lauren: wild weather, fierce drums pounding northeast australia today. tropical cyclone debbie toured through queensland with 160-mile an hour wind. the category four storm damaging homes that they could pass without electricity. one serious injury has been reported so far. more than 25,000 people were urged to evacuate. officials say cyclone conditions could at last as long as 24 hours. prime minister malcolm turnbull updating parliament.
>> we've activated the disaster response plan torovide queensland with any assiance, every assistance that they need. the strand defense force has established a joint task force and is ready to deploy the affected areas to assist in search rescue and relief and recovery. lauren: this devastation might not be known for some time. trained to do for you have a better this morning, let's get a ligature tuesday forecast with fox meteorologist adam klotz. good morning, adam. reporter: good morning there. spring definitely in session as we talk about showers across the country. maybe some severe weather. let's talk about where the rain is great now. all the way running out to the northeast. the spring thunderstorms with a severe weather with some showers out into the west as well. this will be severe weather as we continue to the afternoon of
the shysters ease. the bull's-eye stretching junior central texas. oklahoma city. these are going to be big thunderstorms good strong wind possibly hail and tornadoes. this is your tornado threat with a tighter area seen a real bull's-eye there. i tornado threat. we saw some lawn tractor and it is good saw some long track tornadoes before the day is over. we've got some spring air out there and this'll be doing that. here's your hour by hour forecast. you are running until 5:30 this afternoon, running into the evening hours when we are beginning to see showers come together becoming thunderstorms. anyone of these could be stretching from texas to kansas. babbling for all the way through the overnight hours. the system begins late this afternoon, then saw the way early tomorrow morning and for the next 24 hours, that is when we watch closely in extreme weather center.
nicole: well, elon musk already working on sending people into outer space and now he's inner space. the founder of tesla has launched another company called groveland corporation. sources say the company will work on merging computers with human brains to help people keep up with the machines. the company will use something called the robles technology to implant tiny brain electrodes at the pool of uploading and downloading. just imagine how that could change the world. lauren: my brain hurts just thinking about it. but it's true. we have to compete with computers and robots. thank you for joining us on "fbn:am." we are going to turn it over to morning cytherea. good morning, maria bartiromo.
maria bartiromo. maria: thanks so much. happy to say to you. i maria bartiromo. here's your type stories. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. house speaker paul ryan said so keep working on replacing an appealing about the care this year. the white house looking to push forward. >> we are at the beginning of a process. we are looking for a way forward and i think a lot of demand errors and again on both sides of the has bleached out not just to the president, willing to share some ideas that would make the bill stronger, but ultimately the goal is to get two to 16 and potentially to 18 depending where we are special elections. maria: what that means to the other items on the president's agenda and putting tax reform. any reports in the president will look on taxes and infrastructure at the same time. president tribe same in the russiainst