Sen. Mike CrapoMichael (Mike) Dean CrapoLawmakers look to bypass Trump on North Korea sanctions Overnight Finance: What to watch for in GOP tax plan rollout | IRS sharing info with special counsel probe | SEC doesn't know full extent of hack | New sanctions target North Korean banks US Chamber opposes Trump's Export-Import Bank nominee MORE (R-Idaho) told Bloomberg this afternoon that the $3.7 trillion to $4.7 trillion budget proposal is bipartisan and comprehensive.

"It will really give us the opportunity to have a paradigm shift in American fiscal policy, that will help us stop the spending spree attitude in Washington, put control in place of our entitlement problems and reform our tax code in a way that will focus on developing the kind of growth we need to make America more competitive."

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