Trump: Rich People 'Will Not Be Gaining At All' Under Tax PlanBY NAOMI JAGODA
Sep. 13, 2017
HATE HOAX: Native American Activist Approached Chanting Covington Catholic Teens, Got In Their Face
Family Of Teen Falsely IDed As Covington Student Tells Of Harassment By Twitter Mob
Dan Rather Attacks Covington Catholic Students Hours After Story Debunked
Sandmann Family Releases Statement: I Thought 'Remaining Motionless & Calm' Would 'Diffuse The Situation'
WATCH: Indigenous Activists, Black Activists Yelled Racist Hate At Covington Catholic Students
President Trump said Wednesday that wealthy individuals "will not be gaining at all" from his tax plan, as he seeks Democratic support for his push to rewrite the tax code.
"I think the wealthy will be pretty much where they are," Trump said at a meeting with lawmakers at the White House when a reporter asked if the rich will see higher tax rates.
"If we can do that, we'd like it. If they have to go higher, they'll go higher, frankly. We're looking at the middle class and we're looking at jobs," he added.