How Republicans got over the tax plan's deficit increase estimates

Sen. Bob Corker is still working on a "trigger" deal. Photo: Carolyn Kaster/AP

Republicans are still upset over the "unflattering" Congressional Budget Office estimate of their health care plan, which inspired them not to trust either of the major tax analyses that estimated at least $1 trillion would be added to the deficit, per NYT.

Why it matters: One of the most controversial aspects of the GOP tax plan has been how much it would cost. That issue didn't go away when Republicans passed their plan in the Senate last night. And Republicans don't have a plan to create enough revenue to offset the cost of their tax plan.