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Trump Makes Bipartisan Plea on Tax Plan Aimed at ‘Middle Class … Not the Wealthy’

President Trump revealed his official plan for tax reform in Indiana on Wednesday, while also making a bipartisan plea to Democrats to help work towards passing the largest tax cuts “since Ronald Reagan.”

“There’s never been tax cuts like what we’re talking about,” the president said before detailing the four “frameworks” of his tax proposal which will look to cut taxes for millions of Americans, simplify the tax code, lower business tax rates to make the U.S. more competitive, and bring America’s wealth back to its shores by stopping the “offshoring model.”

“Under this framework, the first $12,000 of income earned by a single individual will be tax-free. And a married couple won’t pay a dime in taxes on their first $24,000 of income. So a married couple up to $24,000 can spend their money on their family, on their children, what they have to do. So much better,” Trump said.

The president also appeared to use a rhetoric usually seen at Sen. Bernie Sanders’ rallies, saying that the plan is focused on helping “the middle class, the working men and women” and not “the wealthy and well-connected.”

“It’s not good for me, believe me,” Trump said. “They can call me all they want. It’s not going to help. I’m doing the right thing.”

“We’re eliminating most itemized deductions that primarily benefit the wealthiest taxpayers. We’ve also given Congress the flexibility to add an additional top rate on the very highest income earners to provide even more tax relief for working people,” he added.

During one of the more passionate moments of his speech, Trump detailed his plan to remove the inheritance tax, or death tax, saying: “We are not going to allow the death tax to steal away the American dream from these great, great families.”

“Now if you don’t like your family, it won’t matter. But for those that love your family, it matters a lot,” Trump said jokingly.

President Trump is also urging Democrats to work with him to address tax reform and after a another loss trying to repeal Obamacare, the president is hoping for a huge victory on taxes.

“Tax reform has not historically been a partisan issue and does not have to be a partisan issue today,” he said, gesturing towards Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) who joined the president at the rally in his home state.

The president says he believes “numerous Democrats” will “come over and sign,” because “it’s the right thing to do.”

“I know many of them. They’re telling me, it is the right thing to do.”

Recently, president Trump has succeed in reaching across the aisle to get things done in Washington. A few weeks ago, Trump left Republicans stunned by striking a deal with Democrats that sent aid to Texas and extended government funding after a major hurricane.

However, top Democrats have come out against the tax reform proposal already. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) slammed it as a “billionaires-first tax plan that treats the middle class as an afterthought.”

But Trump is hoping to rebound with this new tax plan after his party was unable to repeal and replace Obamacare. However, the president said earlier on Wednesday that he plans to sign an executive order to allow Americans to buy health insurance across state lines.