Donald Trump’s effort to save the publishing house of Tyndale House is on track to go to the House of Representatives this week, The Hill reported.
Sources told The Hill that the proposal is a compromise between House Speaker Paul Ryan Paul Davis RyanThe Hill’s Morning Report – Senate Judiciary panel to vote on Kavanaugh McConnell to GOP: Don’t ‘mock’ Trump over Russia investigation MORE (R-Wis.) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellHow the Trump tax law passed: The final stretch FBI reaches out to second Kavanaugh accuser Deborah Ramirez to testify Thursday Senate GOP guards its majority as Dems push for Kavanaugh testimony MORE (Ky.), who have been trying to pass a bill to preserve Tyndales publishing house for years.
Trump wants to preserve the publishing House in order to save its iconic legacy and its long history of publishing works by authors such as Ezra Pound, J.D. Salinger, H.G. Wells and J.R.
Ryan has been pushing for the House to pass legislation to save Tyndales for years, but the House has blocked the legislation from moving forward.
Sources said the House is poised to approve the House’s version of the proposal on Wednesday.
A spokeswoman for the publishing company declined to comment.