Breitbart News has an exclusive look at the biggest parts of President Donald Trump’s plan to overhaul the tax code.
The GOP plan includes a huge tax cut for the middle class and an elimination of a variety of other taxes on the rich.
But it also includes a raft of tax breaks for corporations and special interests that will disproportionately benefit corporations, particularly big oil and gas interests.
For example, it includes a provision that will help the oil and natural gas industry by lowering the top tax rate for companies from 35 percent to 25 percent.
This is a giveaway to corporations, and will be an economic boon to them in the short-term.
The bill also includes an expanded version of the “pass-through” tax loophole that allows businesses to write off income taxes paid to their owners.
It would be a boon for small businesses and the wealthy, and it will give huge benefits to the rich, according to tax experts.
The top individual rate will go up from 39.6 percent to 50 percent.
But it will be capped at 39.8 percent for couples, at 40 percent for heads of households, and at 37 percent for married couples.
The Republican tax plan includes massive corporate tax cuts.
The plan also includes the largest tax cuts for individuals, but it also contains significant tax breaks to the wealthy.
It includes a 15 percent “carried interest” tax rate, which is lower than the top corporate tax rate.
The tax breaks will benefit the top 1 percent of earners.
The legislation also contains an increase in the estate tax, which will be a new tax on estates worth more than $5.45 million.
It also contains a provision allowing the President to reduce the estate taxes paid by wealthy individuals by up to $5 million.
The legislation does not provide for a mechanism to offset the lost revenue that could be generated by the elimination of the estate deduction.
It also contains massive cuts to the corporate tax code, including $1.9 trillion in corporate tax breaks.
The plan also contains the largest provision of the legislation to date to address climate change.
The bill provides that the President, by executive order, shall set aside $100 billion in funds from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation to help reduce the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions and to promote energy independence.
This $100-billion fund will be dedicated to support research, development, and innovation in energy and the environment, including climate change mitigation and adaptation.
It will be used to accelerate and accelerate clean energy technologies, to accelerate the development of alternative fuel sources, and to provide incentives for clean energy companies to move their operations to new locations.
This is a huge deal for American families and will reduce our dependence on foreign oil, while at the same time creating jobs and economic growth in our country.
The provisions that have been proposed in this bill are also a significant step in the right direction.
It is also important to note that the plan is a direct response to President Trump’s recent announcement that he will phase out the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Trump administration has argued that the Paris Agreement is no longer legally binding and that it will fail in the courts.
The President is being very clear about his intent to move forward with this decision.
President Trump’s decision to leave the Paris Accord is a very significant step forward for America.
He is following the lead of other leaders and states that have taken similar steps, including California, Texas, New York, and Maine.
But this is just the beginning of his plans to make America great again.
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