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The first round of tax cuts President Trump pushed through were good, but he always said from the beginning that he planned to do a second round.
And the second round has always been intended to target the Middle Class for the most relief!
But we hadn’t heard anything about these in a while.
Until Trump’s recent rally in Elko, Nevada where he made very clear they were coming!
Of course, he was keen to point out they’d be much more surely to come if he was given a strong majority in Congress! Hint hint to all voters!
Do you like having extra money in your pocket?
Do you think taxation is verging on the levels of unconstitional already? Especially at it’s current levels?
Then it’s time to vote RED in a big way, and give Trump the help he needs to make it happen!
Here's more on the story, from our good friends over at KAGFEED:
President Trump has an ace up his sleeve as we move towards the 2018 midterms.
In a speech given at a massive rally in Elko, Nevada, President Trump teased the possibility of another MASSIVE tax break for the middle class.
That, coupled with the amazing tax break we’ve already gotten, would be welcomed news for hard-working Americans.
Make sure you and every Trump supporter you know heads to the polls, and votes a straight GOP ticket. This is the most important midterm of our lifetime and NO ONE can sit this one out. These midterms are equally as important as the 2016 election was. Everything is on the line.
Trump told reporters Saturday his administration and congressional Republicans were exploring options for a new tax cut plan.
“We are looking at putting in a very major tax cut for middle income people. And if we do that it will be sometime just prior to November,” the president said in Elko, Nevada.
The House is currently out of session and will reconvene again on Nov. 13.
Republicans claimed the law would significantly reduce taxes and alleviate fiscal pressure on the middle class but critics said the bulk of the legislation’s benefits went to wealthy individuals and corporations, citing that the tax cuts for individuals are set to expire after 2025 while those on corporations never do.
The legislation has featured prominently in midterm campaigns on both sides of the aisle. Multiple polls have shown that more Americans approve of the law than did immediately after it was signed, more Americans still disapprove of it.
Trump differentiated the two plans, saying, “Not for business at all, for middle income people…the last one was for middle income and business, and our business is now coming back because of it.”
Trump did not offer further specifics on the plan.
Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 in December, which consisted of a tax cut on individuals and corporations and was a major overhaul of the U.S. tax policy at large.