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Last week, Trump claimed that the estate... - Americans for Tax Fairness
Last week, Trump claimed that the estate tax hurts many truckers. What he doesn’t tell you is that this tax only applies to about 30 truckers nationwide! Watch Stephen Colbert meet one of these...
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