Donald Trump is expected to detail his plan to cut taxes for working families and businesses on Monday in Detroit. His speech at the Detroit Economic Club will begin at noon EST.
The Republican presidential nominee is expected to propose income and corporate tax cuts. He is also likely to attack the government for over-regulating businesses. Trump’s proposed tax cuts are projected to cost $11 trillion over ten years.
Trump’s speech is an attempt to reset his campaign after more than a week of missteps. The billionaire’s feud with Khizr Khan, whose son was killed in Iraq 12 years ago by a suicide bomber, drew derision from many Republicans. And Trump’s refusal to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan in his primary further angered the establishment. New polls show Hillary Clinton rocketing past Trump in several key swing states, leading him by double digits in Pennsylvania and New Hampshire.
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