Trump hints at more tax cuts to be unveiled before November

President Donald Trump appears to have more tax cuts in store.

On the heels of a $1.5 trillion tax cut he signed in December, Trump said Tuesday night that his administration would be “submitting additional tax cuts sometime prior to November. It’s going to be something very special.”

Trump made his remarks in a speech to an anti-abortion group in Washington.

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Trump did not offer any details about new tax cuts, but said he planned to meet with Republican Rep. Kevin Brady, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee — which writes tax legislation.

While the timing of new tax cuts may be intended to woo voters in November’s midterm elections, a poll last month found the tax cuts remain unpopular, with just 27% of those polled saying they were a good idea.

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