His biggest proposal thus far: a massive tax cut that could drive up the debt by as much as four trillion dollars over a decade. Rubio says he believes that the best way to spark growth and to increase wages, is to reduce the tax burden on businesses the wealthy and investors. Marco Rubio right at the end let slip that he wants to have no taxes at all on investment income. Does Jeb Bush need a three million tax cut? So of course tax cuts for everybody is going to generate more for people that are paying a lot more. That's just the way it is. Donald Trump fashions himself a new kind of politician, but his tax plan follows the same supply-side economic theory Republicans have embraced since the early nineteen-eighties. The idea is to cut tax rates on the wealthy. Simplify the code to generate economic growth. It is a fraud, a total fraud. Fraud. He's talking about giving tax cuts to the middle class and helping the working poor. It's crumbs for them and caviar for the rich. For thirty-five years, Republicans have argued that if we give more wealth to those at the top by cutting their taxes and letting big corporations write their own rules, it will trickle down. It will trickle down to everyone else, yet every time they have a chance to try that approach, it explodes the National Debt, concentrates wealth even more, and does practically nothing to help hard-working Americans.