(Worthy News) - Insisting something must be done to shake the economy out of an eight-year doldrums, Donald Trump called for canceling bad trade deals, said he’ll ban job-killing government regulations and rewrote his tax plan to try to make it a more serious effort to grapple with a broken federal budget.
Still light on the details — which Mr. Trump promised will follow in the next weeks — the plan was an effort to reset the narrative after a rough start to the general election.
The billionaire businessman touched on many Republican refrains, including promising to eliminate the estate tax, to institute a new child care tax credit, to slash corporate taxes and to cut the top individual income tax rate from nearly 40 percent to 33 percent. [ Source ]
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