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AP FACT CHECK: Trump wrong on Clinton tax claim

Trump is proposing massive tax cuts for both individuals and businesses. The conservative Tax Foundation estimates that the bottom 80 percent of taxpayers would see their after-tax income rise from 0.8 percent to 1.9 percent. Trump's plan eliminates the personal exemption, which currently allows households to reduce their taxable income by $4,050 for each member of the household, including children.
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