Trump dodges five times when asked to detail promised middle class tax cuts

Trump dodges five times when asked to detail promised middle class tax cuts


President Trump repeatedly dodged the opportunity to talk about his plan to cut middle-class taxes in a televised interview Thursday.

After Trump claimed that Joe Biden would increase taxes on the middle class if he won the Oval Office, Fox Business host Stuart Varney asked Trump five times what tax cuts he would advance if granted a second term in office by the voters. Of the five queries, three specifically mentioned cutting middle-class taxes.

The president finally said that he wants to cut middle-class taxes, but he seemed to reference the 21% corporate tax bracket when talking specifically about a rate cut.

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“We’re talking about income taxes for the middle-income people. May bring down the 21% down to 20, even number,” he said.

The middle class pays taxes according to rates for individuals, not corporations, and there is no 21% individual tax rate for 2020.

Details about Trump’s tax proposals for a second term have been sparse.

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