Trump Gives Major Gift to Waitresses – This Could Save Millions of Americans!

Polling and public sentiment suggest that Donald Trump is doing better since a New York jury convicted him. According to his campaign, he has raised nearly $400 million since the guilty verdict two weeks ago. And it appears more Americans are flocking to his side with each passing day.

With that trial over, Trump has hit the ground running campaigning. He is targeting critical swing states, holding rallies and other events.

Recently, he held a big event in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nevada is a must-win state for the former president. He made his pitch to voters, lambasting the last four years of “Bidenomics.” And during his speech, he said something that will make many service workers very happy.

Former President Donald Trump’s “hot streak” continued in Las Vegas, Nevada, as the former president made a “big promise” during his rally Sunday. Just miles from the Las Vegas Strip, Trump pledged to eliminate taxes on tips for service workers if elected in November.

“This is the first time I’ve said this and for those hotel workers and people that get tips, you’re going to be very happy, because when I get to office we are going to not charge taxes on tips, people making tips… It’s been a point of contention for years and years and years, and you do a great job of service, you take care of people, and I think it’s going to be something that really is deserved,” Trump said. [Source: Fox News]

During a rally in Las Vegas, Trump promised to eliminate taxes on tips for service workers. This was a clever move by the candidate since many people who live in Vegas work in the service industry. The city is home to many hotels, restaurants, and casinos. Plenty of the people who attended Trump’s rally would have considered this exciting news.

Trump praised service workers, saying, “You take care of people.” He said that this issue—of taxing tips—has been frustrating Americans for “years and years.” But he promised that if he returns to office, he will make it a priority.

A liberal-leaning union quickly responded to Trump’s promise. They called him a “convicted felon” and claimed his vow was a “wild campaign promise.” It’s clear the Culinary Union backs Biden, but what has Joe done to help them since entering office?

Thanks to inflation and other poor economic decisions by the Biden administration, service workers are facing extinction. High prices are driving people away from going to restaurants. More Americans than ever said they weren’t going on vacations this year. Service workers have seen their pay—and tips—shrink over the last four years.

It has led to many large chain restaurants closing hundreds, if not thousands, of locations—putting many out of work. This was all Biden’s doing. Trump, on the other hand, vows to bring jobs back to America and let workers take home more pay.

Do the members of this union need to rethink their support?

Author: Bo Dogan


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