For months Repubs and Pres. Trump have worked to convince Americans that massive tax cuts for the top one percent and the largest corporations would somehow primarily benefit the working class, but a new Washington Post/ABC News poll
published Friday finds that the public isn't buying the GOP's "propaganda
." Despite House Speaker Paul Ryan's (R-Wis.) insistence
on Thurs. that his party's proposals are geared toward helping "the middle class families in this country who deserve a break," only 17 percent of Americans believe the GOP tax plan "mainly favors" the middle class, while 60 percent believe their plan would primarily benefit the wealthiest.
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