List of 700 positive things resulting from Trump tax cuts.

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Council Hall
Dec 2007
Pennsylvania, USA
Trump tax cuts more than pay for themselves.

Go try to derail another thread, troll.
Despite the claims of the blogger you linked, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) disagrees.

In CBO’s projections, budget deficits continue increasing after 2018, rising from 4.2 percent of GDP this year to 5.1 percent in 2022 (adjusted to exclude the shifts in timing). That percentage has been exceeded in only five years since 1946; four of those years followed the deep 2007–2009 recession. Deficits remain at 5.1 percent between 2022 and 2025 before dipping at the end of the period, primarily because some tax provisions are scheduled to expire under current law, boosting revenues. Over the 2021–2028 period, projected deficits average 4.9 percent of GDP; the only time since World War II when the average deficit has been so large over so many years was after the 2007–2009 recession.
Source - Congressional Budget Office

... But since when have conservatives cared about the deficit?

Ian Jeffrey

Council Hall
Mar 2013
Vulcan, down the street from Darth Vader
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