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Graham: Failure 'not an option' on taxes

Graham: Failure 'not an option' on taxes
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Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamSaudi mystery drives wedge between Trump, GOP Suspects in journalist's disappearance linked to Saudi crown prince: report Overnight Defense: Trump worries Saudi Arabia treated as 'guilty until proven innocent' | McConnell opens door to sanctions | Joint Chiefs chair to meet Saudi counterpart | Mattis says Trump backs him '100 percent' MORE (R-S.C.) said Sunday that “failure is not an option” when it comes to the GOP’s effort on tax reform.

“The economy needs a tax cut and the Republican Party needs to deliver, so I think we’ll get there,” Graham told CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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Graham said he believes Republicans will obtain the necessary votes to pass tax-reform legislation, which reportedly could see a vote in the upper chamber as early as Thursday.

The House earlier this month passed its own version of a tax-reform bill, which differs from the legislation currently in the Senate.

In its current form, the Senate bill would delay the cut to the corporate tax rate until 2019. 

Sen. Ron JohnsonRonald (Ron) Harold JohnsonGOP senator seeking information on FBI dealings with Bruce Ohr, former DOJ lawyer Election Countdown: O'Rourke brings in massive M haul | Deal on judges lets senators return to the trail | Hurricane puts Florida candidates in the spotlight | Adelson spending big to save GOP in midterms Senate Homeland chair vents Mueller probe is preventing panel from receiving oversight answers MORE (R-Wis.) has already come out against the Senate bill, meaning the Senate GOP can only afford one more defection.