In his weekend video address, President Trump gave clear guidance on how he plans to sell his tax plan, and it focuses on one simple word: jobs. WSJ's Gerald F. Seib explains how Mr. Trump's jobs pitch and tax-overhaul plan will play out this fall. Photo: Getty More >>

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