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'Bleeping stupid'! NowThis News accidentally explains how middle class pays less in taxes under Trump

Joe Biden has said that if he’s elected, only people who earn more than $400,000 per year would pay higher taxes, and a video from NowThis News appears to be trying to force a point that the middle class paid more in taxes under Trump. But there’s a problem with this approach that you can probably spot:

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And Biden has pledged to end the Trump tax cuts, so it was nice of NowThis to explain how the Democrat nominee would make the middle class pay higher taxes — whether they know that’s that the video proves or not:

Imagine hoping people judge their tax burden based on the size of their refund check. Sadly that approach will resonate with many who have probably already decided to vote for Biden.

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Hardly surprising.

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