Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump laid out his ideas on the economy on Monday at the Detroit Economic Club, despite a couple protesters, Trump was able to continue on with his speech.
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Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump laid out his economic vision during a speech in Detroit, Michigan.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports:
Saying he's going to make America grow again, Trump says if elected, he'll simplify the tax code. He also used the speech at the Detroit Economic Club to attack Democrat Hillary Clinton, saying his economic plan will be:
(Trump) "A night-and-day contrast to the job-killing, tax-raising, poverty-inducing Obama-Clinton agenda."
Trump says he wants working parents to fully deduct child care expenses from their taxable income and he's also calling for the elimination of the so-called death tax.
Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.