WINNING: Trump To Announce New Middle Class Tax Cut In Next 90 Days

Trump already passed a historic tax reform in 2017 but now he is getting ready to cut taxes again.

This time specifically for the middle class.

The news is coming in a matter of months.

FOX News reported:

Maria Bartiromo: Trump pitching ‘significant’ middle-class tax cut for second term

President Trump is trying to “put forth” all of his economic successes at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as the impeachment trial continues in the Senate, Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo said.

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Appearing on “America’s Newsroom” with host Sandra Smith, Bartiromo said that while he is undoubtedly unhappy with the trial, she agrees with his aides that his “best defense” is to “continue to talk about what he is getting done.”

In a sitdown interview with the president earlier Wednesday morning, Bartiromo and the president broke news on a planned middle-class tax cut the president said will be announced over the next 90 days.

“It’s got a long way to go, in fairness,” said the president. “But, we will make a cut.”

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National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow told Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney last weekend that they want to aim their focus on “even faster economic growth’ in a potential second term.

“Re-elect President Trump and you’ll get lower tax rates and lower tax burdens,” Kudlow promised.

This is great news.

If anyone in America deserves a cut, it’s the middle class.

They pay for so much already.


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