The analysis by the Washington Post gave me concern, especially this:
"Most economists also expect the bill will juice economic growth, at least for the next year or two. The economy has been growing around 3 percent for the past two quarters. If it jumps to 4 percent (or more) in coming quarters, Trump can claim an even bigger victory heading into the 2018 mid-term elections and the 2020 presidential election."
That, combined with the expected bump in the stock market and the short-term tax savings for the middle class ($50-75k income), leaves me worried about the mid-terms.
C'mon, Mueller! Let's get moving.