The Little-Known Pragmatist Who Is Shaping the Trump Tax Cuts
Some lobbyists have expressed frustration that Mr. Muzinich
and his Treasury team have been overly secretive about the tax plan and that, despite his business background, he does not always appear enthusiastic to be haggling over tax code deductions with representatives of American industries.
Some of his earliest writing on tax policy could be considered heretical in an administration with a guiding principle of “America First.” In a 2007 Op-Ed article in , Mr. Muzinich and a co-author, Eric Werker, called on Congress to offer tax credits to companies
that build factories in developing countries and to offset the lost revenue with reductions in foreign aid.
A congressional tax staff member who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private meetings said
that it had sometimes been evident that Mr. Muzinich was learning on the job in a world of tax and accounting technicians, but added that he had a strong sense of business economics, asked smart questions and was comfortable with data.
Yet for all the intricacies of Wall Street finance, Mr. Muzinich has had to scale a steep learning curve in understanding the peculiarities of the tax code and the legislative land mines
that have roiled previous attempts to rewrite tax law.
WASHINGTON — Justin Muzinich, a top aide to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, was deep into writing the administration’s tax plan this fall
when he got an email from his high school math teacher imploring him to remember his old lessons and not deliver a giveaway for the rich.
One of the earliest iterations of the tax framework unveiled by Mr. Trump
and congressional Republicans last month was the one that Mr. Muzinich drafted for Mr. Bush in 2015.
The former investment banker and hedge fund manager is the Treasury point man on taxes, accompanying Mr. Mnuchin into “Big Six” meetings with top Republican lawmakers drafting the tax plan
and laying out the administration’s positions on which taxes and deductions to cut or preserve.

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