The truth about Donald Trump’s business plan for America is that he wants to cut taxes on the rich and he wants the rest of us to pay more taxes.
As it turns out, the American people are pretty smart and they have come up with some smart solutions to the problem of the “jobless middle class.”
For instance, Trump proposes that everyone pay more in taxes, which is the equivalent of a 3.4% payroll tax increase, which he hopes will spur businesses to hire more Americans.
It’s just the beginning.
According to Trump, his plan will raise $1 trillion over the next decade.
This is a total hoax.
Trump has never proposed any significant tax increase or tax cut, but what he proposes will raise only a small portion of the $1.3 trillion in taxes that will be added to the federal budget.
But we will not allow the rich to get away with their massive tax scam.
We are not going to allow it.
Instead, we will fight back with every ounce of our power and we will defeat Trump’s tax scam once and for all.
The truth is that the tax plan that Trump wants is a tax scam that will increase the federal deficit, create debt and cause the American economy to crater.
That’s why our grassroots supporters, who are overwhelmingly opposed to the tax scam, are rallying to defend the American dream.
They are rallying around a plan that will reduce the federal government’s deficit and save our economy from a catastrophic financial collapse.
The Tax Plan That Trump Fears What Trump thinks is a “job-killing” tax increase The first thing you should know about Trump’s plan is that it’s a job-killing tax scam because it will increase taxes on everyone and it will also result in a tax hike for the rich.
First, Trump says that his plan is meant to create a $1,000 “job tax” on companies that are incorporated in the United States, which will be offset by $2,500 for individuals.
In other words, Trump wants to impose a $2 trillion tax on the people of the United State.
That would be a tax increase of $1 billion per year for every American.
So, the total tax increase for all Americans would be $2.5 trillion.
This means that the top 2.5% of taxpayers would pay more than $1 million in additional taxes over the course of the next ten years, and the top 1% of Americans would pay $6,500.
And those numbers are a bit misleading.
In the last five years, the top one percent of Americans have actually paid about half of that amount.
The top 1.5 percent has actually paid less than $600 in federal taxes over that period, according to data from the Tax Policy Center.
The bottom half of Americans pay more.
But what’s really scary about Trump is that Trump thinks that he can use this $2 billion in new revenue to pay for a huge increase in the payroll tax, which currently applies to employers and employees who are married or filing jointly.
The payroll tax is a payroll tax that the IRS levies on people who work for employers and on employees who work at companies with more than 50 employees.
The IRS can’t just raise the payroll taxes on millions of Americans and then ask them to pay even more.
Instead of just taxing the wealthy, Trump has proposed imposing a massive new tax on all Americans.
What he’s proposing is a job tax that would raise $2tn per year.
What this means is that when Trump’s proposed payroll tax hike takes effect in 2021, he will be paying $1 in federal tax each year on every American who works for an employer that employs 50 or more people.
In effect, Trump is imposing a $3 trillion tax increase on the American taxpayer, which would add $3.5trillion to the debt.
The total amount of the payroll burden would be about $7 trillion.
But even this $7trillion figure is misleading because Trump has already imposed a $6 trillion payroll tax on American workers.
The reason is simple: The current tax system is set up to reward employers who hire more workers and make more money.
The money the government takes from workers every year goes directly into the pockets of the wealthy.
When Trump proposes a massive payroll tax for the middle class, that money will be used to fund the massive bailout that is currently underway in the federal treasury.
This bailout is being conducted by the Treasury, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
All of these groups are acting as the bailout agencies of the American government, which means that they will be using the money that the American taxpayers have sent them to fund these bailouts.
What Trump wants does not exist Under Trump’s proposal, the money from the payroll is not going directly into our pockets.
Instead the money will go into the coffers of the private banks and corporations that are holding it.
What is going to happen under Trump’s payroll tax plan is the same as under any other proposed payroll increase