The Senate version of the Republican tax reform bill cleared committee on Friday in a straight party-line vote for a plan that has both winners and losers. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to break down what the proposed tax overhaul means for everyone.
National political reporter for Bloomberg News, Sahil Kapur, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss why Republicans are "so eager" to pass tax reform before the end of the year and the challenges the party faces in making that happen.
Jared Kushner's lawyer is pushing back after a Senate committee said President Trump's son-in-law had not been fully forthcoming in its investigation into Russian interference in last year's presidential election. Kushner's attorney says his client encouraged others in the Trump campaign to decline meetings with foreigners. Jeff Pegues reports.
As a wave of allegations sweep various men across the country, President Trump has reserved his tweets for one individual in particular: Democratic Sen. Al Franken. That tactic only served to draw attention back to reports of his own impropriety. Errol Barnett reports.
President Trump has tip-toed around Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, but Friday he dove tweet-first into the Al Franken sexual misconduct case. He attacked the democratic senator from Minnesota on Twitter, leading reporters to ask whether sexual misconduct allegations against Mr. Trump should be investigated as well. His spokeswoman responded, "Sen. Franken has admitted wrongdoing, the president hasn't." Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett has more.