Clinton: Trump wants biggest tax break to wealthy: trickle-down on 'steroids'

Clinton: Trump's tax plan is trickle down economics on steroids

Hillary Clinton accused Donald Trump of planning "to give the biggest tax break ever to the wealthy" during Wednesday night's presidential debate.

"It's truly trickle-down economics on steroids," Clinton said. "The plan he has will cost us jobs, and possibly lead to another Great Recession."

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during their third and final 2016 presidential campaign debate at UNLV in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., October 19, 2016.
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Clinton said, "His whole plan is to give the biggest tax breaks ever to the wealthy."

"Cutting taxes to the wealthy? We tried that. It hasn't worked," Clinton said.

The Democratic presidential nominee said that analysis of Trump's spending plan has found that it would add a whopping $20 trillion to the national debt.

Trump in turn said, "He plan is going to raise taxes, and even double your taxes."

"Her plan is a disaster," Trump said. "We will have a massive tax increase" if Clinton is elected, headed.