PRESIDENT TRUMP: Tax Cuts for Middle Class, 15% for Businesses, Rich May Have to Pay More

THE GATEWAY PUNDIT – JIM HOFT

President Trump held a meeting with lawmakers from both sides of the aisle on Wednesday in the White House.

After the meeting Trump told the media he is looking at a 15 percent corporate rate to keep the country competitive. The president said he will focus on tax cuts to the working class. He also said the rich may have to pay more.

It was another brilliant move by Trump. This was a clear statement of his intentions and falls in line with what Democrats have been saying all year. Now watch them vote no on a plan they all were pushing!

Trump will meet with Democrat leaders tonight at the White House.

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3 thoughts on “PRESIDENT TRUMP: Tax Cuts for Middle Class, 15% for Businesses, Rich May Have to Pay More

  1. Trump is a disgrace. Which life-tenured bureaucrat living and retiring off tax revenue gets to define what “Rich” is? Presumably that will mean not just high wage earners but capital gains as well? No? Give us Hell, Quimby!

  2. Off topic, please excuse my abrupt entry. I’m new to your show.
    I need your opinion on something that could be a big problem today concerning “workplace healthcare” who denies annual cancer colonoscopy screening for 3rd generation familial risk.
    This is happening to my youngest brother (grandfather of 3) who needs his job, and won’t “make waves.”

    Our maternal grandfather (60+), mother (56), and sister (50) all died of colon cancer in same location. I have had another brother who died (60) of pancreatic and liver cancer, and also had polyps with exams.
    When my mother died 1974, I later registered with Johns Hopkins Familial Colon CA study with Dr.Giardella as director. In recent years, because my brother had multiple polyps removed (9 with 3 Pre-CA) one year, and the following year he had (5)…I wanted to make sure that he would have the recommended yearly colonoscopy for us. We made an appointment with Johns Hopkins, and was told that Genetic Lynch test was not needed because of strong family history. We were given a letter stating this, yet his healthcare insists on Lynch genetic te$ting at his expense first. This test will probably not show a genetic connection, but obviously we have the familial.
    No one will help him. Doctors turn their heads, and the local Hospital Gastroenterology will not perform yearly exam either. Johns Hopkins is probably out of the question, but would this insurance even pay for a second opinion?
    In a much larger view…Is this what other people must deal with? Trapped in a corporation’s life/death judgement?

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