Iowa Senator Charles Grassley has been dropped from the committee that will be finalizing a tax reform plan and he let the President know about it.
Sen. Grassley (R) tweeted at President Trump Thursday morning that he was dropped from the conference committee, noting he is "the most Senior member of Senate Finance Comm."
That conference committee is tasked with reconciling differences between tax reform plans that passed in the House and Senate. The final version will then face votes in both the House and Senate as-is before going to President Trump.
That committee includes Senators Orrin Hatch (R, Utah), Mike Enzi (R, Wyoming), Lisa Murkowski (R, Alaska), John Cornyn (R, Texas), John Thune (R, South Dakota), Rob Portman (R, Ohio), Tim Scott (R, South Carolina) and Pat Toomey (R, Pennsylvania). On the House side, Rep. Kevin Brady (R, Texas), Peter Roskam (R, Illinois), Devin Nunes (R, California), Diane Black (R, Tennessee) Kristi Noem (R, South Dakota), Richard Neal (D, Massachusetts), Rep. Sander Levin (D, Michigan), Lloyd Doggett (D, Texas), Raul Grijalva (D, Arizona) and Kathy Castor (D, Florida.).