ST. CHARLES, Mo. -- President Donald Trump will be in Missouri Wednesday, November 29.
The Commander in Chief will make a stop at the St. Charles Convention Center, right outside of St. Louis, to discuss taxes.
This is the president's second visit to the Show-Me state since August to discuss tax reform.
Both of Missouri's senators have recently discussed taxes on national talk shows.
According to Missourinet, Senator Roy Blunt has been touting the GOP tax legislation that he says will increase take-home pay for workers.
While Senator Claire McCaskill opposes the plan and calls it a scam that benefits the wealthy and hurts middle class and poor.
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