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Optimism and anger – without a lot of mediocrity of the social media reactions from celebrities and politicians to the news that the Senate had agreed to a historic tax overhaul early Wednesday.

The Republicans have promised, the tax reform even as they suffered from other important legal, since President Donald Trump took office, the sound of a note the year-end triumph.

“Terrible, the Individual mandate (ObamaCare) is Repealed,” President Donald Trump is a tweeted at 1:09.m EST. “Go to the house in the morning for a final vote presented. This should be approved, there will be a press conference at the White house at about 1:00 p. m.”

The U.S. Senate just passed the largest in the history of tax cuts and the Reform Bill. Terrible Individual Mandate (ObamaCare)Repealed. Go to the house in the morning for a final vote presented. This should be approved, there will be a press conference at the White house at about 1:00 P. M.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 20, 2017

GOP congressional leaders echoed his reaction, and drew a balance sheet of the once-in-a-generation scale of the reform.

“The #Senate #TaxReform has passed to improve our #economy will help to grow #SmallBusiness, and our nation tweeted more #energy independence,” Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell., R-Ky.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, served who has been in the Senate since 1981, said the tax overhaul is long overdue.

I am 1 of only 5 to be involved w tax reform as a senator in 1986 and again in 2017. It should not be so long, but we have reductions delivered tax and tax simplification to the American ppl as promised

— Chuck Grassley (@Chuck Grassley) December 20, 2017

“I’m 1 of only 5 to be involved w tax reform as a senator in 1986 and again in 2017,” Grassley tweeted. “It is not so long, but we have reductions delivered tax and tax simplification, the American ppl, as promised.”

In the meantime, Democrats, who proposed, in stark terms, that the Republicans would ultimately face a backlash from the voters.

U.S. sen Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, called the law a “heist” on Twitter, adding that “sooner or later, a reckoning is coming”, as the Americans are “angry.”

Sooner or later, a reckoning is coming. And I promise you that If you do it, the politicians, the Congress and have to be considered for this tax-consuming to account for the turn, the back to the American people.

— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 20, 2017

And the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, called the bill an “absolute disgrace.”

What a shame. That is what this bill is. It is an absolute disgrace. There is no reason for a single middle-class family to pay more, while every single corporation pays less.

— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) December 20, 2017

Comedian Rosie O’donnell, tweeted to pay promised on Twitter Tuesday morning “2 million dollars to senator susan collins and 2 million senator jeff flake”, if you voted against the tax laws, your age, and a anti-Trump hashtag minutes after the bill passed.

55 – still alive #surviving trump

A post shared by Rosie ODonnell (@rosie) on Dec 19, 2017 10:02 PST

“55 – still alive #surviving trump,” she wrote along with an Instagram photo of themselves.

 

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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