Marc Lotter | Trump Presidential Campaign | US Economy | Law and Order | Biden's Proposed $3.4 Trillion in Tax Increases


July 25th, 2020

9 mins 36 secs

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About this Episode

Marc Lotter is the Director of Strategic Communications for the Donald J. Trump Presidential Campaign and Former Special Assistant to President Donald J. Trump and Press Secretary to Vice President Mike Pence.

Marc Lotter joins Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy on a discussion covering the law and order crisis in select American cities and "Operation LeGend" - the new initiative announced at The White House by President Donald J. Trump and Attorney General William Barr. The conversation focuses on strengthening the rule of law in America - protecting life, liberty and private property.

In light of the US elections, the discussion also covered the future of America's economy and tax policy with implications for the hardworking taxpayers. Presidential candidate Biden promised to repeal President Trump's 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and raise new $3.4 trillion revenue by raising taxes. President Trump would maintain the Act which already generated higher rates of economic growth, record high stock prices and brought unemployment to its lowest rate in half a century - which was interrupted by China's coronavirus. | |


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