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The comments could fuel criticism of Trump, who has often described himself as anti-establishment and not overly concerned with the country’s debt or deficits.
In some cases, the crowd also echoed the views of some donors to his presidential campaign, such as casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, who has a large stake in the venture capital firm Silver Lake and, like Trump, has supported GOP Senate candidates.
Adelson has said he would not have any interest in contributing funds to the Trump campaign if he could not afford to spend $3 billion over the next year to defeat Democrats. Trump in the interviews descri보라카이 카지노bed himself as the single biggest supporter of Republican Senate candidates.
“I’ve come to understand a lot more about the people of the United States than even Hillary Clinton ever will because I’ve come to the realization that they believe what they’re taught in school in school, they believe what’s being taught in Washington in Washington,” Trump told the donors. “You see it on T크라운 바카라V every day.”
Trump has said his economic plan will be different from the one Democrats have championed. He has touted his plan to increase the number of U.S. jobs by more than 4 million by cutting unemployment benefits and raising the federal minimum wage.
“We’re going to be a much more exciting country,” Trump said. “We’re going to be really great. We’re going to be really great for all of the people. And we are the biggest, the biggest, the biggest. And we’re the only ones that have a chance in the world to fight those wars.”
[Trump promises to reduce debt by $1 trillion, build ‘the wall’ — while slashing government spending]
A White House spokeswoman did not return a request for comment.
Trump is at odds with many of his GOP rivals who have promised an agenda similar to those the GOP’s national convention will present this week in Cleveland. The speech will feature proposals to raise the minimum wage from the current $7.25 an hour to $10.10 an hour, eliminate the “welfare queen” provision in the 1996 welfar