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GOP wants Trump to take reins on agenda : Republicans worry their legislative plans are stalling because president is reluctant to take the lead.

By now, Republicans in Congress thought they would be working closely with the White House on signature items of the GOP agenda -- repealing and replacing Obamacare and overhauling the tax code.

Many hoped President Trump would play the classic executive's role: Rolling up his sleeves to chart the direction, settle disputes and spend his political capital to bring wayward lawmakers in line.

But instead, Trump has been reluctant to take charge of Republicans' policy priorities, and GO

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