President Donald Trump's tax plan likely won't include a border-adjusted tax that House Speaker Paul Ryan has proposed, a senior administration official said.

The White House is still debating the idea, according to the official. Trump will release a tax plan for individuals and businesses this week that may not include every component that will go into final legislation, according to a different senior White House official.

The plan — which Trump said will be released Wednesday — will contain the administration's priorities, said one of the officials. Both asked not to be identified because discussions of the plan are private.

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