Joe Donnelly will fly home to IN aboard Air Force One with Donald Trump on Wednesday to catch the president's speech pitching a federal tax overhaul plan. Joe Donnelly to support a GOP-led tax overhaul effort.
Last week, Vice President Mike Pence traveled home to in to similarly pressure Donnelly during a speech in Anderson. Several congressmen will fly with Trump to the event, including Democratic U.S. Sen.
In a statement, Donnelly's office says he'll "travel with the President and join him in Indianapolis".
IN is in the process of phasing in Pence's 5% income tax cut, and has already reduced corporate taxes while abolishing the inheritance tax.
The White House said Tuesday that Trump will unveil the key structure, including tax brackets for individuals, small businesses and corporations.
The invitation-only speech today was moved from 5 p.m.to 3 p.m.at the Indiana Fairgrounds.
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Last week, Gov. Eric Holcomb similarly pressed Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to include South Shore funding in the president's 2019 spending plan. Rokita has based his campaign largely around an appeal to Trump voters. The tax push is increasingly critical for the president after repeated attempts to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law failed.
FOX59 will live stream President Trump's speech online and on Facebook.
"I'm excited to have President Trump in IN to discuss his tax plan", Messer said in a statement.
Flying from Washington to Indianapolis on Air Force One with Trump will be Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly, whom Trump wants to back his tax cut plan.
"Though we've done a really good job at the state and local level, there are certain federal roles for our interstate highway system, for improving a rail line we have up in Northwestern Indiana, and I think I'm going to have an opportunity to bend the president's ear on whether we can get those much needed investments in coming months".