Pelosi pushes back on Trump's call for capital gains tax cuts in next

Source: The Hill - View Original Article
Published: May 07, 2020
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61% Liberal


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88% "House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOn""
87% "Trump has indicated his priorities for future coronavirus recovery legislation in recent days.""
77% "The Money: House hits gas, Senate pumps brakes on T more in relief | Battle brewing over how to get more relief money to ..."
75% "Capital gains tax cuts have long been supported by conservatives, who view them as a way to boost investment and economic growth.""
72% "on Thursday pushed back on President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump ally named next postmaster general Biden""
69% "There are certain things that are urgent.""
65% "But Democrats are typically critical of capital gains tax cuts, arguing that they largely benefit wealthy people.""
60% "If you want to compare the need for us to change the capital gains tax, which, once again, once again, ignores the fact that ..."
58% "On Tuesday, the president tweeted that the elimination of Sanctuary Cities, Payroll Taxes, and perhaps Capital Gains Taxes, must be put on the table.""
57% "Pelosi said that top Democratic priorities for the next bill include aid to state and local government, resources to expand testing and putting more ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

88% : House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOn
87% : Trump has indicated his priorities for future coronavirus recovery legislation in recent days.
77% : The Money: House hits gas, Senate pumps brakes on T more in relief | Battle brewing over how to get more relief money to Americans |
75% : Capital gains tax cuts have long been supported by conservatives, who view them as a way to boost investment and economic growth.
72% : on Thursday pushed back on President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump ally named next postmaster general Biden
69% : "There are certain things that are urgent."
65% : But Democrats are typically critical of capital gains tax cuts, arguing that they largely benefit wealthy people.
60% : "If you want to compare the need for us to change the capital gains tax, which, once again, once again, ignores the fact that there are people in our country that are hungry, and that there is some equivalence to that, I respectfully disagree," Pelosi said in a television interview with Bloomberg's David Westin.
58% : On Tuesday, the president tweeted that "the elimination of Sanctuary Cities, Payroll Taxes, and perhaps Capital Gains Taxes, must be put on the table."
57% : Pelosi said that top Democratic priorities for the next bill include aid to state and local government, resources to expand testing and putting more money in people's pockets.
53% : Private sector lost 20.2 million jobs in April: ADP Former Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says public health threat of loneliness compounded by COVID-19; Trump says task force will 'evolve' White House sticks with Republican attorneys general fighting to overturn ObamaCare
52% : She also said that Trump shouldn't say that any specific item has to be in the next bill for him to back it.
52% : "Don't draw any lines in the sand," Pelosi said.
49% : Pelosi said that tax policy should be addressed on a bipartisan basis, at a later date.
43% : says he'll reverse DeVos rule bolstering protections for those accused of campus sexual assault Reopen America -- and repeal the SALT limitation MORE's suggestion that capital gains tax cuts be considered for the next coronavirus response package, suggesting that discussions about tax policy should be left for another time.
42% : Two days earlier, he said during a Fox News virtual town hall that a payroll tax cut was a must-have for him.
41% : People pay capital gains taxes when they sell investments.
38% : MORE (D-Calif.)
32% : He shouldn't."
24% : "We're not.

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