Trump plans to make permanent cut to payroll tax if reelected
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Saturday, in Bedminster, N.J., Trump announced, If victorious on November 3rd, I plan to forgive these taxes and make permanent cuts to the payroll tax.
Trump says that if reelected, he'll pursue permanent cut to payroll taxes that fund Social Security, Medicare.
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