Trump Tweets: Tax reform and UN vote on North Korea


President Trump sent out three additional Twitter posts Friday afternoon, with additional remarks on the tax reform bill he signed earlier in the morning in the Oval Office.

The president commented on the United Nations vote applying additional sanctions against North Korea on Friday.

“The United Nations Security Council just voted 15-0 in favor of additional Sanctions on North Korea. The World wants Peace, not Death!”

He then shot out two tweets about the tax bill, along with a video from the event. Trump reminded Americans that the tax bill is not only about tax cuts, but it also eliminates the ObamaCare individual mandate, which required all American to purchase health insurance or pay a penalty.

“Today, it was my great honor to sign the largest TAX CUTS and reform in the history of our country.”

“Remember, the most hated part of ObamaCare is the Individual Mandate, which is being terminated under our just signed Tax Cut Bill.”

Below is the video with President Trump’s full remarks during the signing of the tax reform and missile defense bills in the Oval Office Friday morning.

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