Trump touts tax cuts with Tax Day trip

Marco Green
April 16, 2019

Trump will appear at Nuss Truck & Equipment "to tout the success of the American economy under his pro-growth policies, including the implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act", according to a White House statement.

Speaking at a trucking company in the Minneapolis suburb of Burnsville on Monday, Trump said he hoped his economic message would be met with enthusiasm from a state that he came within 1.5 percentage points of carrying in 2016.

She believes his tax plan gives tax breaks to the wealthy, saying that money could be put toward fixing roads and bridges along with making broadband available to all Americans.

Trump's tax day visit also renews attention on his refusal to release his tax returns.

President Donald Trump delivers remarks during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, April 12, 2019, in Washington.

"The tax bill that he passed that he is here to celebrate tomorrow doesn't invest in things like infrastructure". "Data from the congressional joint committee on taxation showed that more than 65% of tax filers will see their overall tax burden fall at least a hundred bucks".

Another poll in March found that only 21 percent of taxpayers expect to pay less taxes, despite promises from the Trump administration that savings would be universal. In Alabama, residents owed about 24 percent less in federal taxes.

The 2017 tax legislation was criticized by some on the left as hurting Americans due to smaller refunds.

"The fire that they're having at the Notre Dame Cathedral is something like few have witnessed", he said, adding that the church was "one of the great treasures of the world".

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