President Trump took shots at a GOP icon at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania on Saturday, telling a crowd of supporters that he differed from former President Ronald Reagan on trade policy.
“Ronald Reagan, you remember, I didn’t love his — I thought he was great,” Trump said. “I loved his style, his attitude. He was a great cheerleader for the country. But not great on the trade.”
Trump also hit the former president on taxes, claiming that the $1.5 trillion tax cut his administration passed through Congress in December was bigger than any before in history, including during the Reagan administration.
“The tax bill was so massive, bigger than Reagan, biggest one done,” Trump said. It is so big, he added, that “we are calling it tax reform” instead of a tax cut, he added.
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