And he’s a hedge fund guy – as you know, the only one who I’m raising taxes for. Taxing carried interest as normal income would generate about $17 billion over 10 years, according to the Congressional Budget Office, a nonpartisan scorekeeper.
Warren simply praised Trump’s call to raise taxes on hedge fund managers.
More than a thousand people turned out to see Republican presidential candidate speak with the state’s Sen.
Real estate mogul and political firebrand Donald Trump is turning the 2016 election on its head.
Trump’s lead has tightened since the second Republican president debate on September 16, when he was the target of criticism from several rivals on stage, and was silent for long stretches as the discussion veered into policy issues. “It’s Donald Trump”, the narrator says.
Republican voters, meanwhile, have said they trust Trump on economic policy.
“The press comes out and says ‘he’s not specific, ‘ Trump said”.
Trump’s plan is expected to be released in full Monday morning.
The plan would either increase tax revenue or keep it at the current level, Trump claimed in the wide-ranging interview in which he also discussed how he would deal with ISIS in Syria and touted his plan for universal health care coverage to replace Obamacare.
But in what he conceded is a departure from his own party’s approach, Trump also vowed to make some of the wealthiest Americans – namely some Wall Street players – pay more taxes.
“He is entertaining and he seems like he has a good plan for America“, said a man. In fact it’s not an exaggeration to suggest that the V.A. has killed more Americans soldiers than Al Qaeda and the Taliban put together.
“There will be a large segment of our country that will have a zero rate, a zero rate”, Trump said. However, Trump had later defended his remark, saying that he wasn’t talking about “looks”.
“Overall, it’s going to be a tremendous incentive to grow the economy and we’re going to take in the same or more money”. “We’re going to take jobs back from other countries”. If competitors don’t comply, Trump will tax their imports, he said. “That means rich people might be paying less than they are paying right now”.
“Simply stated, your Attack Ad is not only completely disingenuous, but replete with outright lies, false, defamatory and destructive statements and downright fabrications which you fully know to be untrue, thereby exposing you and your so-called “club” to liability for damages and other tortious harm”, general counsel of the Trump Organization, Alan Garten wrote. His argument focused on a rhetorical favorite of Trump’s the automotive industry in Mexico.
“That is correct”, Trump replied again.
“Scott we need fair trade”, Trump said.