A big, fat lie: Why Trump is ‘faking it’ on taxes

A story about the President is full of lies, but the one that’s actually true is that the President has no intention of raising taxes.

Trump is already in full control of the federal government.

He’s already running the show.

And, by the way, he has a plan to pay for it.

He has said that he’s planning to slash taxes for middle class Americans.

It’s not just the White House that has been lying about taxes for months now.

There are at least six other major presidential candidates who have said they’re going to cut taxes on the rich, and they’re all going to be lying.

If we’re going by Trump’s own words, he’s going to do it all on his own.

That’s just what he does.

I know a lot of people will say, ‘Well, but I can’t believe he doesn’t have a plan.’

But, well, if he does, it’s going get passed, isn’t it?

That’s not going to happen if we’re not serious about raising taxes on wealthy people.

The reason Trump is lying is because he knows he can’t raise taxes on his fellow Americans.

He knows that the wealthy are going to get rich from the taxes he is going to put on them.

The only way he can raise taxes is if he starts raising taxes, which he’s not doing.

The President knows that.

And he knows it’s a big lie.

It’s a lie to hide his plan to slash the taxes of the middle class.

It is a lie because he’s already told the American people that his tax plan will raise $1.5 trillion.

So, it doesn’t make sense to try to make the lie go away when the truth is already out there.

That, and if he were honest, he would admit it.

If he did that, we’d be talking about tax cuts that benefit him and not the middle-class Americans he is trying to slash.

Now, if you look at the math behind the President’s claim that he wants to cut tax rates, you’ll see that his own estimates are based on a much larger share of the income pie than he actually wants.

That is, he wants his tax cuts to benefit the wealthy.

But, he doesn: He wants to raise taxes for everyone else.

To get the rich off of their tax-deductible contributions, the President says, he’ll use the full income tax brackets.

But that’s just not true.

The middle class is not being helped by the tax cuts.

They’re being hurt by the cuts.

You can’t cut taxes for the rich.

You can’t use tax loopholes to lower tax rates.

And, the middle classes are not going anywhere.

As I said, the truth about the tax rate cuts for the wealthy is coming out.

President Trump’s tax cuts will hurt the middle and working classes.

They will also benefit the rich and corporations.

But it’s not true that the middle is going anywhere, because that’s not what he’s doing.