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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said he believes there will be technical corrections to the tax reform bill in the new year but the core of it will remain in tact. Sen. McConnell's comments were in response to Sen. Mark Warner's (D-VA) prediction that a "fix it" bill will be needed in the new year. The comments of both senators came during separate sit-down interviews with Axios' Mike Allen. Sponsor: Axios
Topics: mcconnell, mitch mcconnell, mccain
Source: Comcast Cable