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Taxes, Obamacare and sexual harassment in Congress

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 Republicans' tax bill has passed the House. Can it pass the Senate? What will it mean for your taxes? Will it cut Obamacare? As more women come forward to accuse Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore of hitting on them as teenagers, a news anchor has her own sex harassment story about Senator Al Franken. Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses President Trump's Asia trip and what we should make of the turmoil in Saudi Arabia. Asha Rangappa joins us to discuss investigations into Trump, and perhaps Hillary Clinton.

Credits

Guests:
Megan McArdle - Bloomberg View - @asymmetricinfo, Asha Rangappa - Yale's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs - @AshaRangappa_, Richard Haass - Council on Foreign Relations - @RichardHaass

More:
Sarah Leonard on how to stop predators who aren't famous, Ben Wittes on Sessions' admission that DOJ is not acting on Russia threat to US elections, Barro on why it's going to be hard to win over GOP senators objecting to the tax bill, Lowry on Roy Moore as pure Steve Bannon, Vanden Heuvel on why the Republican tax bills would be paradise for plutocrats

Photo: Judge Roy Moore speaks as he participates in the Mid-Alabama Republican Club's Veterans Day Program in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, November 11, 2017. (Marvin Gentry/Reuters)

Hosts:
Josh Barro, Rich Lowry, Katrina vanden Heuvel

Producers:
Katie Beurskens, Laura Dine Million

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