Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder of Kansas met with Ivanka Trump and Democratic Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Florida at the White House on Tuesday to talk about taxes.
Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder of Kansas met with Ivanka Trump and Democratic Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Florida at the White House on Tuesday to talk about taxes. Courtesy Yoder’s Office
Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder of Kansas met with Ivanka Trump and Democratic Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Florida at the White House on Tuesday to talk about taxes. Courtesy Yoder’s Office

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