The President’s trip to Mar-A-Lago in Florida will mark his tenth time visiting in 2017.
President Donald Trump signed the Republican tax cut bill Friday morning as he prepares to leave for his Christmas break in Florida.
The President signed the bill before reporters in the Oval Office.
He also signed the continuing resolution that will keep the government open through January 19. That includes $4 billion for missile defense.
The House and Senate passed the tax measure into law earlier this week, delivering Trump his first major legislative victory of his first year in office.
After passing the tax bill, Trump has been focused on getting the credit he thinks he deserves for his first year in office. His aides have held background briefings with reporters and top surrogates, arguing that Trump has accomplished more than almost any other president in his first year.
Trump and Republicans from the Senate and House celebrated the tax bill at the White House on Wednesday, where GOP leaders praised the President.
“This has been a year of extraordinary accomplishment for the Trump administration,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said.
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