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White House Economic Adviser Suggests 'Anti-Tax Propaganda' to Blame for Sinking Tax Cut Popularity

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White House Economic Adviser Suggests 'Anti-Tax Propaganda' to Blame for Sinking Tax Cut Popularity

White House Economic Adviser Suggests 'Anti-Tax Propaganda' to Blame for Sinking Tax Cut Popularity

On the day after Tax Day, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers Kevin Hassett told Cheddar's J.D Durkin that the underwater popularity of President Trump's tax cuts were the fault of "anti-tax propaganda."

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