The President’s Take On The Tax Cuts:

President Trump never really pretended that the GOP was working on Tax Reform as he kept touting the new bills as the biggest tax cuts in history…something that isn’t even true anyway. But here’s what he had to say in Thursday’s White House email:

“As we speak, Congress has reached an agreement on tax legislation that will deliver more jobs, higher wages, and massive tax relief for American families and for American companies,” the President said.

Here’s the President’s case by the numbers:

•$2,000+: What the typical family of four earning $75,000 will see in income tax cuts, slashing their tax bill in half
•$4,000: How much incomes are expected to rise across the board as a result of tax cuts on U.S. businesses
•1/3: The amount one sample Ohio family in the 25-percent bracket and paying nearly $14,000 in taxes would reduce their yearly tax burden
•3%: The level of growth the U.S. economy has already surged to—tax reform would take it even further

Wanna see the president talk about the tax cuts and the families that he brought to the White House to prove his point? Click here!!


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4 thoughts on “The President’s Take On The Tax Cuts:

  1. Fitting that the Republicans waited until Christmas time to give the Ebenezer Scrooges every last dime in the American treasury they could find.

  2. Wow, now when the s*it really hits the fan, there’s no response allowed or offered to “resist” this? Can’t wait for a Christmas Eve post saying we should all be just Thankful for what we’ve got…

    It’s all about a Party, so relax, and count your blessings. Eggnog tastes good, but why should that be the answer over “It’s A Wonderful Life”? Dems should be concerned for 2018.

  3. Well I for one applaud the paying of less taxes. I’m realistic and know that it’s not the panacea that some claim, but if folks taxes go down that is good.

    1. Not if the economy goes to crap because of the tax and service cuts, Paul. And it will sooner than later.

      Haven’t you learned anything over the last 40 years? Or 90 years?

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