In fact, the GOP bill should be called "The Donald Trump Tax Relief Act of 2017," because nobody stands to benefit more. Among all industries, most tax breaks go to commercial real estate, where Trump still reigns. The bill slashes rates on so-called "pass-through" companies, of which he owns more than 500. The House version abolishes the alternative minimum tax, which cost Trump $31.5 million in 2005. And those few Americans who'd benefit from abolition of the estate tax include not only Trump himself, but Cabinet members Steve Mnuchin, Betsy DeVos, Wilbur Ross, Rex Tillerson, Elaine Chao, Sonny Perdue, Ben Carson and Gary Cohn.