Add President Trump’s second term tax plan to the long list of items that he will release at some point in the future. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said Monday that while administration officials have been discussing new tax cuts, there are no plans to release a proposal before the election.
“Look, we’ve put out a lot,” Kudlow told Fox News. “We’ve mentioned it. I’ve talked about it. I don’t see any reason why we have to put out a detailed plan.”
The Trump campaign has listed some proposals for tax and economic policy in Trump’s second term, including “Cut Taxes to Boost Take-Home Pay” and “Create 10 Million New Jobs in 10 Months.” But as Bloomberg noted, the campaign hasn’t provided any details on how it would accomplish those goals.