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Hogan Gidley joining White House as deputy press secretary

WASHINGTON- JANUARY 12 Thomas Donohue CEO and President of the US Chamber of Commerce waits for more questions from reporters after a press conference at the US Chamber of Commerce Hogan Gidley joining White House as deputy press secretary
Melinda Barton | 11 October, 2017, 16:21

President Trump's frustration in Washington is reaching a boiling point, and is in "pressure cooker territory", The Washington Post reported, citing a confidant of the president. Ultimately she told the reporter they would just have to "agree to disagree" on whether two different claims were actually the same thing.

The Tennessee Republican, the president said, had decided not to run for reelection because Trump would not give him his endorsement.

Last month, Golden State Warriors star guard Stephen Curry said he wasn't in favour of a potential visit to the White House with his teammates following their championship win last season. "Denmark, France and Sweden are among those nations that top America on taxes", NBC reported.

"He's got 100 percent confidence in the Secretary of State". "We have by far the highest IQ of any cabinet ever assembled!", he had said during his inaugural festivities in January this year. Despite that, Trump continues to claim they are unduly high while repeatedly suggesting in front of non-corporate audiences that his main concern is with lowering American families' tax rates.

There were the usual handshakes, smiles, jokes and one-liners that accompany the reigning Stanley Cup champion's annual visit to the White House. An NBC news story claimed U.S. vice president Mike Pence had to talk Tillerson out of resigning this summer, and that Tillerson had called Trump a "moron". But if he did say that, I guess we'll have to compare IQ tests.

- David Corn (@DavidCornDC)@realDonaldTrump we aren't even close to the highest taxed nation in the world.

"We are the highest tax, uhh, corporate tax in the developed economy - that's a fact", Sanders replied.

GOP: Trump is right U.S. has highest corporate tax rate in OECD.