U.S. Chamber CEO: Voters Reject Tax-And-Spend, Uncertainty : It's All Politics Tom Donahue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO, said the chamber will still work with both parties. The chamber has had a contentious relationship with the Obama White House and many congressional Democrats.
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U.S. Chamber CEO: Voters Reject Tax-And-Spend, Uncertainty

U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Donohue applauded Tuesday’s election results as the dimensions of the GOP victory became clearer.

He sent out a link to a video, and said: “Voters have resoundingly rejected more government spending, higher taxes, and more burdensome regulations that have caused crippling uncertainty for businesses.”

The Chamber has had a contentious relationship with the Obama White House. But Donohue promised to “work with members of both parties who support policies” backed by the Chamber.

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