Trump to meet with moderate House lawmakers Wednesday: reports
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President Trump is set to meet with moderate House members on Wednesday to discuss a number of issues such as tax reform, health care and infrastructure, USA Today reported. 

The meeting was set to include four Republican and eight Democratic House members, including the co-chairmen of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, Reps. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) and Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.), according to the newspaper.

A source told Politico that the meeting would include a number of other moderates, including Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas), co-chairman of the Democratic Blue Dog Coalition.

Tax reform will be a major topic of discussion at the meeting, as the White House has been collaborating with GOP leadership to deliver on its promise of passing comprehensive tax reform.

Trump outlined several main goals for tax reform in his weekly address on Friday, including significant corporate tax cuts and reduced taxes for middle-class Americans. The president has also signaled that he is open to working with Democrats on the issue. 

The president may also discuss with the House moderates potential legislative solutions for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, according to Politico. The Trump administration plans to phase out the program over the next six months.

Trump tweeted last week about recipients of DACA, which shields from deportation those brought to the U.S. illegally as children and allows them to obtain work permits. Trump said that so-called Dreamers have "nothing to worry about" until the program expires in March.

The meeting Wednesday comes after Trump broke with GOP leaders earlier this month and sided with Democrats on a bill to fund the government for three months, raise the nation's debt limit and provide emergency relief funding for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.