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Trump Vows to Increase Childcare Support and Decrease Tax on Business


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was repeatedly interrupted by protesters as he tried to outline policy proposals during a campaign rally in Detroit on Monday. Trump's speech focused on economics and taxes, with the candidate vowing to reduce taxes from 35 percent to 15 percent.

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