Senate Republicans passed a resolution on the budget

The adoption of the resolution could pave the way for implementation of the tax reform trump

Republicans in the Senate by 51 votes to 49 approved budget resolution that could pave the way for the implementation of the plan of the President of trump to conduct “large-scale reductions in taxes and tax reform.”

The white house after the vote issued a statement in which he noted that “this resolution opens the way to potential of the us economy through tax reform and tax cuts”.

The only Republican who voted against the resolution was Senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul, who said that this measure is too costly to the Federal budget.