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Trump's tax plan would raise debt $5 trillion more than Clinton's, study

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Donald Trump's tax proposals would add $5.3 trillion to the federal debt over the next decade, while Hillary Clinton's plan would only raise the debt $200 billion, according to new numbers from a non-partisan budget group. Editor-in-chief of The Hill, Bob Cusack, joins CBSN to discuss how the findings affect the 2016 race going into the first presidential debate.


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