Former presidential candidate Herman Cain said "squishy Republicans" will see pressure from the American people to pass President Trump's tax reform plan.

Cain, a former restaurant executive, said on "Hannity" that Americans must have their voices heard by Congress in this regard.


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"They need to hear from the American people... that will put pressure on squishy Republicans," he said.

Cain said most Democrats will ignore the will of the people, but that centrists and other Republicans not aligned with the president can be convinced by the electorate to support the plan.

Earlier this month, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin underlined the importance of passing meaningful tax reform by the end of the year.

Watch the discussion above.


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