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On tax reform, Donald Trump gets it done—and takes a moment to gloatU.S. President Donald Trump, flanked by Republican lawmakers, celebrates Congress passing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on the South Lawn of the White House on Dec. 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
You can’t spell “triumph” without T-R-U-M-P, and so here was the most successful Republican president of the 21st century—perhaps, given his 36 per cent approval rating, the last Republican president of the 21st century—in full gloat.
It was Wednesday afternoon at the White House, hours after the House of Representatives re-ratified The Donald’s big, beautiful tax cuts and re-repealed the requirement that every American purchase a health-insurance plan or pay a fine to Internal Revenue. With this, the entire obeisant Trumpian cabinet and dozens of congressmen and senators traipsed up Pennsylvania Avenue to perform the three prostrations and nine kowtows before their emperor, the same potentate whose personality and policies are detested in this favoured land by two folks out of every three…

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