Donald or Hildebeast (with that string of dead bodies behind her.)
Via Fox News:
Thank You Fox and Nick.Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump on Sunday appeared to nudge his fiscal policies — including those on taxes and the minimum wage — closer to the center ahead of the general election, while downplaying a lack of party support for his candidacy.Trump suggested on ABC’s “This Week” that his tax plan, which now includes a tax break for the country’s top wage-earners, would likely be different if he becomes president, considering it would likely need support from Democrats as well as Republicans.
“By the time it gets negotiated, it’s going to be a different plan,” the billionaire businessman said in a pre-taped interview that aired Sunday. “On my plan, [tax rates] are going down. But by the time it’s negotiated, they’ll go up.”However, Trump also argued that his top priority will be to lower taxes for the middle class, championed by Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, and U.S. businesses, which Trump suggested are among the highest taxed in the world.Whether Trump would even get solid GOP support from Congress remains unclear, considering House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan is so far withholding his backing, a decision that Trump said this weekend “blindsided” him.Trump also continued to suggest he’s now open to increasing the minimum wage, after indicating early in the election cycle that such a move would slow the economy.“I am looking at it,” he said. “I haven’t decided in terms of numbers. But I think people have to get more.”
"We don't have a spending problem. We have a revenue problem."
San Fran Nan Pelosi.