In a video released shortly after House Republicans unveiled a tax plan they claim “is for the middle class families in this country who deserve a break,” Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) argued—consistent with independent analyses—that the GOP’s proposals would in fact primarily reward large corporations and wealthy individuals while slashing programs low-income and middle class Americans need to survive.
“Republicans are planning to rain about $2 trillion in tax giveaways down on giant corporations,” Warren said, explaining that the central beneficiaries of the Trump-GOP “scam” will be Wall Street banks and billionaires, not the working class. “We’re talking, once again, about a system that’s been rigged right here in Washington—rigged so that the richest, thinnest slice at the top gets more and more, and they kick dirt in everybody else’s face.”
The GOP unveiled their tax proposal this morning. Who wins and who loses in their plan? Bernie and I will tell you. pic.twitter.com/AjXyKyA8AA
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) November 2, 2017
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