McConnell Rules Out GOP Support for Biden Infrastructure Bill… Trump: Biden Tax Hike Would Be Among “Largest Self Inflicted Economic Wounds” in History

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Ahead of President Joe Biden’s official introduction of a massive tax and “infrastructure” plan Wednesday afternoon, former President Donald Trump released a blistering statement blasting the proposal. Here is the statement in full: Joe Biden’s radical plan to implement the largest tax hike in American history is a massive giveaway to China, and many other countries, that will send thousands of factories, millions of jobs, and trillions of dollars to these competitive Nations. The Biden plan will crush American workers and decimate U.S. manufacturing, while giving special tax privileges to outsourcers, foreign and giant multinational corporations.Biden promised …

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Mitch McConnell has ruled out Republican support for President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure package because of corporate tax hikes.
The Senate minority leader said that while he supports revamping infrastructure in the United States, Biden’s push to increase the corporate tax rate by 7 percentage points is a no-go for his party, which just years earlier lowered that rate by 14 percentage points, the first such change since President Bill Clinton’s 1993 overhaul of the …

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By Newt Gingrich
There is a deep irony in President Joe Biden’s decision to start looking for support for his American Job Killing Tax Plan in Pittsburgh, Penn.
And make no mistake: Biden’s so-called American Jobs Plan is a tax increase bill masquerading as an infrastructure bill – which is in turn masquerading as a jobs bill. It will not create jobs or ultimately improve our infrastructure. It will kill jobs and make infrastructure projects more expensive in time and money.
Roughly 230 years ago, the same area was the central battlefield of the Whiskey Rebellion – in which Americans opposed

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