Tell me how this ends well again?
We have a clear choice in November: a candidate who will Raise Taxes on the wealthy, or a candidate who will raise taxes on the wealthy:
This Week host George Stephanopoulos asked Trump if he wanted taxes to go up or down on the rich, despite them going down in his proposed tax plan.
“They will go up a little bit, and they may go up—” Trump started.
“But they’re going down in your plan,” Stephanopoulos said.
“No, no, in my plan, they’re going down, but by the time it’s negotiated, they’ll go up,” Trump said. “When I’m negotiating with the Democrats, I’m putting in a plan. I’m putting in my optimum plan. It’s going to be negotiated, George. It’s not going to stay there. They’re not going to say, ‘There’s your plan, let’s approve it.’ They’re going to say, ‘Let’s see what we can do.’ It’ll be a negotiation.”
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I guess in the Age of Trump raising taxes is a great idea when it’s a Republican doing it. Same thing with raising the federal minimum wage. But never mind, it’s going to be so awesome, America will be Great Again and that’s all we need to know. Oh, and never mind those veterans he says he cares so much about. I’m sure he’ll turn over the millions he raised for them some day.