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Trump’s plan to slash the corporate tax rate could set up a showdown with Paul Ryan and Kevin Brady. (Photo: Getty)

The White House is changing its tactics for dealing with Congress when it comes to overhauling the tax code after the failed attempt to repeal Obamacare.

President Donald Trump’s administration will release the broad outlines of a tax plan Wednesday, and then spend the next four to six weeks building congressional support before turning the ideas into legislative text sometime in the summer, Marc Short, White House head of legislative affairs said to reporters Tuesday. While it may take until the end of the year for the bill to become a law, it isn’t likely to stretch into 2018, Short said.

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