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It took this reporter 18 tries before he could find a GOP congressman who knew the tax brackets in their new bill

The House and Senate are expected to vote Tuesday on the GOP tax overhaul, with both chambers likely to pass the legislation. But with just hours to go before the votes are cast, some Republicans are still fuzzy on the exact details of their own bill, which is being rushed to President Trump's desk for a signature before Christmas:

The Huffington Post's Matt Fuller recorded his attempt to find any Republican congressman who could name the tax brackets in the bill:

A few lawmakers later ... still nothing:

Then, at long last, a winner:

Here's the correct answer to Fuller's question: There will still be seven personal income brackets, but they are rearranged to 10, 12, 22, 24, 32, 35, and 37 percent. The current top tax bracket is 39.6 percent. Study up on the full details of the Republicans' bill at The Associated Press.