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After President Trump Commits To New Tax Cuts He Also Says Social Security Could Be Back On The Table

Adam Casalino

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January 24, 2020


President Trump is looking to put all this impeachment noise behind him—by improving America some more.

He sealed the groundbreaking Phase One trade deal with China. Next week, he’ll be signing the historic USCMA trade deal.

But Trump’s the kind of leader that keeps looking to the future. He says always wants to make the country better than it is. Make America Great Again, right?

And he just hinted at a big plan he has in the works.

From Fox News:

President Trump says tax cuts, health care and more trade deals are ahead…

“We’ve done more than anybody in three years,” says Trump. “We are going to be doing a middle-class tax cut, a very big one. We’ll be doing that. We’ll be announcing that over the next 90 days.”

President Trump got a big win for the American people with his tax cut in 2017. It fueled the economy and put money back in people’s pockets.

But that’s not good enough for him. He plans on passing a middle-class tax cut, along with improvements to healthcare. Not to mention more trade deals.

In another interview, he also mentioned ways of saving the country money that got people’s attention: by cutting back on “entitlements.”

From The Hill:

Trump told CNBC in an interview on Wednesday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that he would “take a look at” rolling back entitlements “at the right time” before quickly pivoting to discuss the strength of the economy.

Some of the biggest burdens on taxpayers are entitlement programs. These programs drain away our money, while encouraging people to stay on the government’s teat.

Of course, Democrats tried to spin his comments to say he’s cutting Social Security. They accused Donald of thinking about breaking his promise to seniors.

So, Trump went to Twitter set the record straight.

From Twitter:

Democrats are going to destroy your Social Security. I have totally left it alone, as promised, and will save it!

President Trump clearly has a different opinion than Democrats. He thinks they are the ones who would destroy Social Security, while he will save it.

We think it’s a good thing when the government cuts back on expenses, especially with the $20 trillion deficit we have.

Democrats don’t seem to be too interested in making America solvent again, and while Trump hasn’t succeeded in that area yet, he still says he wants to.

Well, what do you want him to do? Should he cut taxes for the middle class?

Should he cut Social Security or keep it the same?