National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn thinks that families under President Trump’s tax plan could save $1,000 and do all sorts of things that you can’t do with $1,000.
“If we allow a family to keep another $1,000 of their income, what does that mean? They can renovate their kitchen, they can buy a new car, they can take a family vacation, they can increase their lifestyle,” he said.
I’m just thankful if I can get someone to snake the drain in Northern Virginia for less than $300.
Yes, someone who has so much money he doesn’t know how much things cost is making policy for the middle class.
Asked why he stayed in the White House after the Charlottesville protests, Cohn all but acknowledged he did it in spite of Trump, saying he wanted the chance to rewrite the tax code.
I’ve never seen such subordination in the White House, ever. Previous to this, the president has been the king in the West Wing, and all bow and praise, or they leave.