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Trump / Tax Plan / A Discussion #1109969

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 26, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The tenets of President Trump's one-page tax plan outlined on screen. [Treasury Secretary Steve MNUCHIN - says Trump will not release his taxes.] [In the campaign, many times, TRUMP - says he will bring down the deficit & how much he knows about debt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Matt Lewis & former Wall Street executive Alexis Glick about Trump's tax plan. [POWERS, LORD, GLICK, LEWIS - offer views on the big picture on taxes, President Ronald Reagan's & President Bill Clinton's tax cuts, the need to stimulate the economy, the need to simplify the tax code, the need for the taxes to pay for themselves, the morality of the estate tax, how the deficit matters.]

Cooper, Anderson

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