Nov 19, 2017
White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney made a promise that is destined to come back to haunt Trump as he vowed that the President wouldn't sign a bill that increases taxes on the middle class.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/a0bVPZl
Huge give-aways for the rich and raising taxes on the middle class? No wonder the Trump White House has to lie about its proposal.
President Trump again sought to make the case that the middle class will benefit from corporate tax reform in a speech to truckers in Pennsylvania.
The White House is pushing hard on the promise that Trump's tax plan will mean at least a $4,000 pay raise for the middle class. But that's impossible to guarantee for several reasons.
The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act does raise taxes on some in the middle class, according to the official analysis by Congress's Joint Committee on Taxation.
The document, whose authenticity was confirmed to The Washington Post, was prepared by Peter Navarro, the influential director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy. The claims alarmed some Trump administration officials.
The state of Kansas is precisely what Koch-Republicans envision for America if not for those pesky Democrats in the Senate and the White House, and they want voter approval to replicate for the entire country what the Kochs and Brownback's administration did for Kansas.
Take one Greg Abbott add some Koch money and you get policies that put Koch profit over the safety of people in Texas.
While Kay Hagan spent Tuesday on a NC First tour meeting with diverse groups of voters across the state, a desperate Thom Tillis talked to a chair.
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