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Donald Trump's tax plan only helps the rich while running up huge debts

Donald Trump -- aka Mango Mussolini, aka Cinnamon Hitler, aka The Talking Yam -- rekindles the same tax plan Republicans have trotted out for 30 years. The kind that screws the little guy.

Donald Trump -- aka Mango Mussolini, aka Cinnamon Hitler, aka The Talking Yam -- rekindles the same tax plan Republicans have trotted out for 30 years. The kind that screws the little guy. Wikimedia

Reader Rod Lightning responds to "Ah shit, Donald Trump is coming to Minneapolis":

It is estimated that Trump's tax plan will increase the national debt by $9.8 trillion over the next decade without significant cuts in government spending. Couple this with the fact that Trump wants to expand the military, we can expect to see those increases.

Furthermore, his tax plan is really regressive, the lower brackets see little to no relief and the top brackets see considerable relief.

The only good is that there are more incentives for saving and investment as long as interest rates stay as low as they are. Problem with this is that the middle and lower earners will not see the benefits of these breaks as they don't have enough money to invest or save.

Overall, his tax plan helps the rich and bankrupts the country.