Mnuchin says White House and Congress are ‘getting closer’ to a deal to raise the debt ceiling

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks on regulatory issues associated with crypto currency in the briefing room at the White House in Washington, DC, on July 15, 2019. U.S. Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the administration and Congress are getting close to a deal on raising the U.S. debt ceiling and he has urged lawmakers to take action on the issue before their August recess. “I think there is a preference on both parties, to the extent that we can agree on the debt ceiling and a


US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks on regulatory issues associated with crypto currency in the briefing room at the White House in Washington, DC, on July 15, 2019. U.S. Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the administration and Congress are getting close to a deal on raising the U.S. debt ceiling and he has urged lawmakers to take action on the issue before their August recess. “I think there is a preference on both parties, to the extent that we can agree on the debt ceiling and a
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Mnuchin says White House and Congress are 'getting closer' to a deal to raise the debt ceiling

US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks on regulatory issues associated with crypto currency in the briefing room at the White House in Washington, DC, on July 15, 2019.

U.S. Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Monday the administration and Congress are getting close to a deal on raising the U.S. debt ceiling and he has urged lawmakers to take action on the issue before their August recess.

“I think there is a preference on both parties, to the extent that we can agree on the debt ceiling and a budget deal, that that is the first choice, and I think that we’re getting closer,” Mnuchin told reporters during a briefing at the White House.

Mnuchin said that if a deal on all of the issues were not reached before lawmakers were scheduled to take off, they should either stay put or approve an increase in the debt ceiling on its own.

“I think we’re very close to a deal, but as you know, these deals are complicated,” he said. “I’m very hopeful we can come to … an agreement quickly, but having said that, if for whatever reason we cannot agree on all these issues before they leave, I would either expect them to stick around or raise the debt ceiling.”

Mnuchin said he was not concerned about the prospect of a government shutdown related to the budget discussions.


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House Committee sues Treasury for Trump tax returns

US President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (L) speaks during a tour of the H&K Equipment Company in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania on January 18, 2018. The House Ways and Means Committee on Tuesday sued the Treasury Department and the IRS to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns, a spokesman for a committee member told CNBC on Tuesday. The legal action shows the Democrat-led panel following through on its threat from months earlier, when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IR


US President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (L) speaks during a tour of the H&K Equipment Company in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania on January 18, 2018. The House Ways and Means Committee on Tuesday sued the Treasury Department and the IRS to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns, a spokesman for a committee member told CNBC on Tuesday. The legal action shows the Democrat-led panel following through on its threat from months earlier, when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IR
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House Committee sues Treasury for Trump tax returns

US President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (L) speaks during a tour of the H&K Equipment Company in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania on January 18, 2018.

The House Ways and Means Committee on Tuesday sued the Treasury Department and the IRS to get President Donald Trump’s tax returns, a spokesman for a committee member told CNBC on Tuesday.

The legal action shows the Democrat-led panel following through on its threat from months earlier, when Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS chief Charles Rettig defied subpoenas to hand over six years of Trump’s personal and business returns. Mnuchin had argued that the committee had no “legitimate legislative purpose” to request the president’s federal tax returns.

The legal complaint in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., says that Mnuchin, Rettig and their departments “have now — for what the Committee believes is the first time ever — denied a Section 6103(f) request in order to shield President Trump’s tax return information from Congressional scrutiny.”

That section of the federal tax code clearly states that the Treasury “shall furnish” an individual’s returns if a formal written request is made, Democrats argue.

“In refusing to comply with the statute, Defendants have mounted an extraordinary attack on the authority of Congress to obtain information needed to conduct oversight of Treasury, the IRS, and the tax laws on behalf of the American people who participate in the Nation’s voluntary tax system,” the complaint says.


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Huawei issues are ‘separate from trade,’ US Treasury Secretary says

Huawei issues are ‘separate from trade,’ US Treasury Secretary says20 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington’s concerns regarding Chinese tech giant Huawei are “national security” issues — which are separate from trade — and will be “resolved one way or another.”


Huawei issues are ‘separate from trade,’ US Treasury Secretary says20 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington’s concerns regarding Chinese tech giant Huawei are “national security” issues — which are separate from trade — and will be “resolved one way or another.”
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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington’s concerns regarding Chinese tech giant Huawei are “national security” issues — which are separate from trade — and will be “resolved one way or another.”


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Digital taxes in the UK and France are ‘discriminatory’ toward US firms: Mnuchin

Digital taxes in the UK and France are ‘discriminatory’ toward US firms: Mnuchin23 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington is looking for a “broad solution” to digital taxes that will be supported by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.


Digital taxes in the UK and France are ‘discriminatory’ toward US firms: Mnuchin23 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington is looking for a “broad solution” to digital taxes that will be supported by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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Digital taxes in the UK and France are 'discriminatory' toward US firms: Mnuchin

Digital taxes in the UK and France are ‘discriminatory’ toward US firms: Mnuchin

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says Washington is looking for a “broad solution” to digital taxes that will be supported by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.


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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin won’t release Trump’s tax returns to Congress, says no ‘legitimate legislative purpose’

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said he will not allow President Donald Trump’s tax returns to be released to Congress by the IRS, as a powerful oversight committee has requested. House Democrats had asked the IRS to release six years of Trump’s personal and business tax returns. Experts have said the U.S. tax code mandates that anyone’s tax returns “shall” be released to one of the authorized panels if they request them. Trump has repeatedly rebuffed requests to release his tax retu


Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said he will not allow President Donald Trump’s tax returns to be released to Congress by the IRS, as a powerful oversight committee has requested. House Democrats had asked the IRS to release six years of Trump’s personal and business tax returns. Experts have said the U.S. tax code mandates that anyone’s tax returns “shall” be released to one of the authorized panels if they request them. Trump has repeatedly rebuffed requests to release his tax retu
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin won't release Trump's tax returns to Congress, says no 'legitimate legislative purpose'

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday said he will not allow President Donald Trump’s tax returns to be released to Congress by the IRS, as a powerful oversight committee has requested.

The formal denial, coming weeks after acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said Congress will never get those tax returns, sets the stage for yet another fight over documents sought by the Democratic-led House of Representatives from the Republican Trump’s administration.

The dispute could end up in court.

In a letter to House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., Mnuchin said that after conferring with the Justice Department, he has determined that the request “lacks a legitimate legislative purpose” and that because of that the request would be denied.

“I am informing you now that that [Treasury] Department may not lawfully fulfill the Committee’s request,” Mnuchin wrote to Neal, whose committee is one of three congressional panels with the power to request a president’s income tax returns.

House Democrats had asked the IRS to release six years of Trump’s personal and business tax returns. Experts have said the U.S. tax code mandates that anyone’s tax returns “shall” be released to one of the authorized panels if they request them.

Mnuchin’s letter called that request “unprecedented” and said it also “presents serious constitutional questions, the resolution of which may have lasting consequences for all taxpayers.”

Mnuchin also said that the Justice Department intends to “memorialize its advice in a published legal opinion as soon as practicable.”

Neal, in a statement, said, “Today, Secretary Mnuchin notified me that the IRS will not provide the documents I requested under Section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code. I will consult with counsel and determine the appropriate response.”

Trump has repeatedly rebuffed requests to release his tax returns to the public, saying they are being audited. But Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen has testified to Congress that he has seen no proof that Trump was being audited.

Cohen entered a federal prison in upstate New York on Monday to begin serving a three-year sentence for multiple crimes.

In April, Trump said Americans don’t care if they can see his tax returns.

“Remember, I got elected last time,” Trump told reporters then. “The same exact issue, with the same intensity, which wasn’t very much. Because frankly, the people don’t care.”

However, a poll conducted around the same time found that 51% of voters supported Democrats’ bid to obtain his tax returns, compared with 36% of voters who oppose that effort.


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Steven Spielberg says his battle with Netflix wasn’t as bad as people made it seem

The anticlimactic vote seemed to close a chapter on a reported feud between the tech giant and legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg. But a New York Times report suggests Spielberg’s antipathy for streaming services like Netflix was overblown. “I want people to find their entertainment in any form or fashion that suits them,” Spielberg told the Times in an emailed statement. The sources told the Times that Spielberg is actually more frustrated with theater owners who have refused to comp


The anticlimactic vote seemed to close a chapter on a reported feud between the tech giant and legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg. But a New York Times report suggests Spielberg’s antipathy for streaming services like Netflix was overblown. “I want people to find their entertainment in any form or fashion that suits them,” Spielberg told the Times in an emailed statement. The sources told the Times that Spielberg is actually more frustrated with theater owners who have refused to comp
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Steven Spielberg says his battle with Netflix wasn't as bad as people made it seem

Netflix and other streaming platforms solidified their stature in the film industry Tuesday when the Academy of Motion Picture and Arts and Sciences voted to maintain their eligibility for the Academy Awards. The Academy voted to keep a rule that allows any film that has at least a seven-day theatrical run in a Los Angeles theater to be considered for an Oscar.

The anticlimactic vote seemed to close a chapter on a reported feud between the tech giant and legendary Hollywood director Steven Spielberg. But a New York Times report suggests Spielberg’s antipathy for streaming services like Netflix was overblown.

“I want people to find their entertainment in any form or fashion that suits them,” Spielberg told the Times in an emailed statement. “Big screen, small screen — what really matters to me is a great story and everyone should have access to great stories.

“However, I feel people need to have the opportunity to leave the safe and familiar of their lives and go to a place where they can sit in the company of others and have a shared experience — cry together, laugh together, be afraid together — so that when it’s over they might feel a little less like strangers. I want to see the survival of movie theaters. I want the theatrical experience to remain relevant in our culture.”

Netflix made its award-winning film “Roma” available to theaters leading up to the event, but still rubbed some theater-owners the wrong way by refusing to honor the traditional exclusive 90-day window before releasing the film on its own service.

While Spielberg says he is concerned for the future of movie theaters and the experience of watching films, the Times reported that the director feels that his view of streaming platforms has been misrepresented, according to people close to him. The sources told the Times that Spielberg is actually more frustrated with theater owners who have refused to compromise on the 90-day exclusivity rule to play films like Netflix’s “Roma.”

AMC Theatres and Regal Cinemas shut “Roma” out of its showing for best picture contenders leading up to the Academy Awards even after Spielberg asked them to play the film despite it already being available on Netflix, according to the Times.

Spielberg’s production company Amblin Partners and the talent agency representing him did not immediately respond to requests for comment from CNBC. Netflix also did not immediately return a request for comment.

Read the full report at The New York Times.

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Steven Spielberg is trying to change the rules so Netflix can’t win an Oscar

Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible. The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.” Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. “Here are some things we a


Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible. The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.” Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. “Here are some things we a
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Steven Spielberg is trying to change the rules so Netflix can't win an Oscar

Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible.

The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.”

Netflix’s inclusion in the awards has come under fire, with claims the company does not take steps to meet studio standards — such as reporting its films’ box office earnings. Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. According to IndieWire, he’s attempting to convince the rest of The Academy to shut the streaming giant’s movies out of the Oscars when it meets next month.

But in an indirect response to critics, Netflix tweeted on Sunday that it “loves cinema” and provides filmmakers with “more ways to share art.”

“Here are some things we also love: access for people who can’t always afford, or live in towns without, theaters,” the company said. “(And) letting everyone, everywhere enjoy releases at the same time.”

The tweet had been liked more than 25,000 times 16 hours after it was posted.


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Steven Spielberg is trying to change the rules so Netflix can’t win an Oscar

Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible. The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.” Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. “Here are some things we a


Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible. The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.” Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. “Here are some things we a
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Steven Spielberg is trying to change the rules so Netflix can't win an Oscar

Netflix responded to criticism over its inclusion in the Oscars by saying its streaming platform has made movies more accessible.

The company’s original production “Roma” was nominated for 10 Academy Awards this year and won three. It was widely tipped to win the best picture award but lost out to “Green Book.”

Netflix’s inclusion in the awards has come under fire, with claims the company does not take steps to meet studio standards — such as reporting its films’ box office earnings. Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg — who is also a member of the organization that gives out the awards — is an outspoken critic of Netflix’s nominations. According to IndieWire, he’s attempting to convince the rest of The Academy to shut the streaming giant’s movies out of the Oscars when it meets next month.

But in an indirect response to critics, Netflix tweeted on Sunday that it “loves cinema” and provides filmmakers with “more ways to share art.”

“Here are some things we also love: access for people who can’t always afford, or live in towns without, theaters,” the company said. “(And) letting everyone, everywhere enjoy releases at the same time.”

The tweet had been liked more than 25,000 times 16 hours after it was posted.


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Steven Mnuchin says trade talks ‘very productive’ so far, confirms he’s headed to Beijing next week

Mnuchin said the administration had “very productive meetings” with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He. The White House has set a March 2 deadline to iron out myriad issues with Chinese over trade. “We are trying to reach a comprehensive agreement on a long range of issues,” Mnuchin told CNBC. Mnuchin will be part of a delegation that heads to Beijing in hopes of resolving the remaining issues. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to lead the negotiations with help from Mnuchin and o


Mnuchin said the administration had “very productive meetings” with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He. The White House has set a March 2 deadline to iron out myriad issues with Chinese over trade. “We are trying to reach a comprehensive agreement on a long range of issues,” Mnuchin told CNBC. Mnuchin will be part of a delegation that heads to Beijing in hopes of resolving the remaining issues. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to lead the negotiations with help from Mnuchin and o
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Steven Mnuchin says trade talks 'very productive' so far, confirms he's headed to Beijing next week

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin expressed confidence on Wednesday in the progress of trade talks with China and said he and a U.S. delegation are heading to China next week with the intent to make a deal before a March deadline.

“We are committed to continue these talks,” Mnuchin said on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” “We’re putting in an enormous amount of effort to hit this deadline and get a deal. That’s our objective.”

Mnuchin said the administration had “very productive meetings” with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He.

The White House has set a March 2 deadline to iron out myriad issues with Chinese over trade.

In particular, the administration is looking for concessions on the ability of U.S. companies to sell in China, to stop the theft of intellectual property and other structural issues.

A tit-for-tat trade war last year saw the U.S. slap a barrage of tariffs on Chinese imports, prompting retaliation against a list of American goods. The sides suspended the tariffs in hopes of working out a long-range deal. President Donald Trump recently said he expects “a very big deal” to happen soon on trade.

“We are trying to reach a comprehensive agreement on a long range of issues,” Mnuchin told CNBC. “The good news is we have been talking about these issues over the last year.”

Mnuchin will be part of a delegation that heads to Beijing in hopes of resolving the remaining issues. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to lead the negotiations with help from Mnuchin and other administration officials.

J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said at the World Economic Forum in Davos two weeks ago that he expects at the least an extension of the tariff deadline as negotiations progress.

“I don’t think it would be productive to speculate on the outlook, because we have a lot of work left to do,” Mnuchin told CNBC.

“There are a wide range of issue we’re working on around the clock,” he added. “If we can’t get to the deadline, it’s not because we haven’t been working around the clock.”

Mnuchin also described the U.S. economy as “still very strong” and said a meeting this week between Trump and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell was “quite productive.”


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Mnuchin’s call was ‘absolutely unnecessary’: SoHo Capital

Mnuchin’s call was ‘absolutely unnecessary’: SoHo Capital8 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made calls to American bank CEOs on Sunday amid recent market movements. Frank Troise of SoHo Capital says the market is concerned about whether the Treasury is “out of touch” with what’s going on.


Mnuchin’s call was ‘absolutely unnecessary’: SoHo Capital8 Hours AgoU.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made calls to American bank CEOs on Sunday amid recent market movements. Frank Troise of SoHo Capital says the market is concerned about whether the Treasury is “out of touch” with what’s going on.
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Mnuchin's call was 'absolutely unnecessary': SoHo Capital

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin made calls to American bank CEOs on Sunday amid recent market movements. Frank Troise of SoHo Capital says the market is concerned about whether the Treasury is “out of touch” with what’s going on.


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