President Trump Speaks on Tax Reform


Wednesday, August 30th: President Trump visits a manufacturing plant in Springfield, Missouri, where the historic Route 66 begins.  Here, DJT makes a powerful speech in which he explains his tax-reforming plan, how it is vital to undoing the decades-long damage that has been done to the U.S. economy, and why implementing his corrections to the tax-system is essential for the well-being of  individuals and small businesses. The president also gives an accounting of the administration’s extensive assistance to the flooded areas in the Gulf of Mexico.

 

From WhiteHouse.gov:

Bringing Back Jobs and Growth

Since the recession of 2008, American workers and businesses have suffered through the slowest economic recovery since World War II. The U.S. lost nearly 300,000 manufacturing jobs during this period, while the share of Americans in the work force plummeted to lows not seen since the 1970s, the national debt doubled, and middle class got smaller. To get the economy back on track, President Trump has outlined a bold plan to create 25 million new American jobs in the next decade and return to 4 percent annual economic growth.

The plan starts with pro-growth tax reform to help American workers and businesses keep more of their hard-earned dollars. The President’s plan will lower rates for Americans in every tax bracket, simplify the tax code, and reduce the U.S. corporate tax rate, which is one of the highest in the world. Fixing a tax code that is outdated, overly complex, and too onerous will unleash America’s economy, creating millions of new jobs and boosting economic growth.

As a lifelong job-creator and businessman, the President also knows how important it is to get Washington out of the way of America’s small businesses, entrepreneurs, and workers. In 2015 alone, federal regulations cost the American economy more than $2 trillion. That is why the President has proposed a moratorium on new federal regulations and is ordering the heads of federal agencies and departments to identify job-killing regulations that should be repealed.

With decades of deal-making experience, the President also understands how critical it is to negotiate the best possible trade deals for the United States. By renegotiating existing trade deals, and taking a tough stance on future ones, we will ensure that trade agreements bring good-paying jobs to our shores and support American manufacturing, the backbone of our economy. The President plans to show America’s trading partners that we mean business by ensuring consequences for countries that engage in illegal or unfair trade practices that hurt American workers.

By standing side-by-side with America’s workers and businesses, the President’s policies will unleash economic growth, create 25 million new jobs, and help Make America Great Again.

President Trump’s Weekly Address, March 31st, 2017


And then, on the same glorious day, President Trump signed executive orders on trade, undoing decades of damage by presidents and congresspeople who were more interested in padding their own coffers than in protecting and supporting the U.S. citizenry. Every bad deal done by politicians made them a bit richer personally. Every executive order by President Trump is enacted to right the wrongs perpetrated by entrenched denizens of a swamp full of vipers and self-serving exploiters of power. March 31st saw President Trump continuing his 100-Day plan to keep campaign promises that inspired his landslide victory on November 8th, 2016. Why are the Democrats so upset? Their extreme cheating system was not enough to stop the will of legitimate U.S. voters. President Trump’s legions of brainwashed detractors are being buffeted by the winds of REAL change–not the sort of change wrought by an inveterate user and dictator manqué who is lurking in the deep shadows of D.C. sabotaging his successor. The profligate party-animal/golfer and non-stop traveler falsely touted “hope and change” in 2008, and only whittled-away at our rights and diminished the economy in such extreme fashion that rectifying the damage is a colossal undertaking. This president promises change that will benefit each citizen of the United States of America–whether they like it or not.

Trump-Pence Thank Supporters in Mobile, Alabama

Senator Jeff Sessions (R-ALABAMA) is a special guest-speaker at this exciting, packed rally in Mobile, Alabama on December 17th, 2016. Sen. Sessions was the first person in the U.S. Congress to endorse D.J. Trump in the presidential primary race, and appeared on the road with him many times, to the delight of rally crowds. Former Indiana Governor and President-Elect Mike Pence gives a rousing speech, expressing his gratitude, and introduces President-Elect Donald J. Trump at this, the last stop on their Thank You Tour. This may be the best Trump speech yet, and that’s saying a LOT!

Life-long Republican Hank Williams of Alabama sure sounded a lot like Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions, & vice-versa (I think Jeff even looks a little like Hank). Give a listen:

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The Honorable Jefferson Beauregard Sessions

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Senator and Attorney General Nominee Jeff Sessions Looks a Lot Like Hank Williams
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Hank Williams Sr. Looks a Lot Like the Honorable Jeff Sessions, and Vice-Versa

Sessions Visits Georgiana, Hank Williams’ Boyhood Home in Butler County, Alabama

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions

Born: Dec 24, 1946 (age 69) · Selma, AL
Office: United States Senator AL (Since 1997)
Previous office: Attorney General of Alabama (1995 – 1997)
Education: Huntingdon College · University of Alabama · The University of Alabama School of Law
Party: Republican Party
Phone: (202) 224-4124 (Office)
Timeline
1946: Sessions was born in Selma, Alabama, on December 24, 1946, the son of Jefferson Beauregard Sessions Jr., and the former Abbie Powe.
1969: Jeff Sessions married Mary Blackshear Sessions in 1969.
1981: Sessions’ office filed civil rights charges in the 1981 killing of Michael Donald, a young African-American man who was murdered in Mobile, Alabama by a pair of Ku Klux Klan members.

And now, here’s another blast from the past, Trump Rally on February 28th, 2016 in Huntsville-Madison Alabama:

Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Des Moines, Dec. 8th

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Above: Donald J. Trump Speaking in Des Moines, Iowa (PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES)


The Trump-Pence Thank You Tour Continues with a Rally in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, December 8th 2016
Coverage by RSBN began at 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time, 7:30 Eastern

V.P. Elect MIKE PENCE spoke first and introduced President-Elect Donald Trump. Watch the event here at Winning 2016.

Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on December 9th

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Trump-Pence Thank You Rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan begins at 4:00 p.m. Pacific, 7:00 Eastern Time

Grand Rapids held the final Trump-Pence rally of the entire 2016 presidential election. The photograph above was taken at a Grand Rapids Trump rally in 2015. Yes, it has been a long and grueling election. Our tireless Titan Trump is determined to make America great again with continued support of the majority through his unique brand of shirt-sleeve diplomacy and top-flight communications skills. Mr. Donald J. Trump and Vice President-Elect Gov. Mike Pence are speaking directly to the American people on this Thank You Tour, giving updates on their platform and progress.

Donald J. Trump Appoints Andrew Liveris of Michigan’s Dow Chemical Company as Chairman of the Council on American Manufacturing:trump_liveris_grand_rapids_rally

@Jeanne de M. de St. Anselm, 2016

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