President Trump says even bigger tax cut could be coming after 20202 minute read
Interview 1: President Donald J. Trump. The Dan Bongino Show 11/15/2019.
For show notes, visit https://bongino.com/interview-1-president-donald-j-trump/ In this episode, I interview President Donald J. Trump. We cover the impeachment, the economy, election 2020, and more. Please subscribe to the podcast at: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dan-bongino-show/id965293227?mt=2 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dan-bongino Android: http://subscribeonandroid.com/feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:136343638/sounds.rss Find Dan on: Facebook @dan.bongino Twitter @dbongino Instagram @dbongino or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservative political commentator and author Dan Bongino was able to get President Trump on his podcast yesterday for an exclusive interview. During the interview Bongino was able to ask the President some very good questions. One of those questions was about the possibility of another large tax cut in the future.
“Middle income growth has surged, far surpassed Obama – the data is clear. GDP growth has far surpassed Obama. Medium middle income is up $5,000 in just 3 years of your presidency,” Bongino explains. “It was only up $1,000 after eight years of Obama and the failed recovery. So my question is this, given 2020 is just around the corner. Is there another tax cut in the offing, are we looking at that?”
“If we get back the house, we’re going to do a very big middle income – we’ve already done one we passed the largest tax cut in the history of the country, bigger than Ronald Reagan’s tax cut.” The President went on to say, “But if we get back the House, we have to have the house otherwise you can’t get anything through Pelosi, for one thing she doesn’t work, she doesn’t do anything.”
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