ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH (WCMH/AP) — Donald Trump will be making a stop in St. Clairsville Tuesday, just one day after Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop in Cincinnati.
Trump is scheduled to hold a public rally at 7pm at Ohio University Easter Campus health and Physical Fitness Building.
Today, Clinton picked up the endorsement of Elizabeth Warren during a stop in Cincinnati.
Throwing clasped hands high in the air, the two women promised to “go big” and “go bold” to level the playing field for frustrated and angry workers.
“I’m here today because of her,” said Warren, a champion of the party’s liberal base, before 2,600 cheering supporters at the historic Cincinnati Museum Center a Union Terminal. “We’re here to fight side by side with Hillary Clinton.”
However, a new study says both Trump’s and Clinton’s budget plans would raise the national debt over the next 10 years.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget says Trump’s tax and budget plans would make the national debt skyrocket by $10 trillion or more over the coming decade, mostly because of expensive tax cuts.
The study also says Democrat Hillary Clinton’s agenda – which relies on tax increases to pay for proposals such as expanding President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul – would increase the debt by about $250 million over 10 years.
Trump’s tax plans, which include lowering the top income tax bracket from 39.6 percent to 25 percent and the top corporate rate from 35 percent to 15 percent, would add $9 trillion-plus to cumulative deficits over a decade. Clinton would increase taxes by $1.25 trillion.
The nonpartisan group advocates for smaller deficits.
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