President Trump took time out of his busy schedule to do what he does best, talk to the working people of America and hear what they have to say about how he is doing his job. He recently went to Sheffer Corporation in Cincinnati to talk about the recent GOP tax reform and one worker came to the stage to tell Trump how grateful he is, reports Grabien News.
Trump has done a few of these stops in small working-class towns since the passage of the GOP tax reform bill in December last year, this time, there was a special announcement made by one of the workers in the Sheffer Corporation.
Trump began by saying that wherever he goes he loves to hear the stories of what people are going to do with the bonuses and extra cash that businesses are now offering thanks to the corporate tax cuts.
“In addition to his $1,000 bonus, his paychecks are bigger because he’s paying fewer taxes. Tyler, you’re up here, I’m going to give you a chance, maybe 30 seconds or less, to explain what you’re going to do with all that extra money — in this case over $1,000,” Trump announced.
Tyler Berkshire then took the podium and said, “Thank you, Mr. President. With the tax cut and the bonus, I will be trying to save up money to start a family and eventually get a bigger house.”
Trump is very impressed by this and says, “I like that idea.”
Americans everywhere are now getting to realize the American dream, which is to have a steady income, be able to provide for their family, and at the end of the day and come home to nice home. Trump has been able to provide that for the American people, more so than any president has before.