When Reporter Presses Her on Tax Bill, Sarah Sanders Reminds Her How Her Own Company Is Responding

When Reporter Presses Her on Tax Bill, Sarah Sanders Reminds Her How Her Own Company Is Responding

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The GOP’s new tax bill is getting a lot of support from big name companies, including Comcast.

NBC happens to be a parent company of the media giant. But some people at MSNBC are not happy with how Comcast supported the bill by offering $1,000 bonuses to more than 100,000 employees.Image result for When Reporter Presses Her on Tax Bill, Sarah Sanders Reminds Her How Her Own Company Is RespondingOn Thursday, NBC’s Kristen Welker asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders about the bill. While it’s unclear what she said, Sanders handled her question by pointing out how Welker would directly benefit.

CBS News’s Mark Knoller tweeted about the exchange:

On Friday, Trump signed the bill into law, which means those bonuses are coming soon.

The GOP tax bill has had an immediate effect on America after several businesses decided to pay their employees more and pour money into their communities as a direct result of paying less in taxes.

The latest company to make a huge change as a result of the tax bill is Comcast.

In a shocking announcement Wednesday, Comcast stated it would be investing over $50 billion into infrastructure over the next five years to “radically improve and extend our broadband plant and capacity, and our television, film and theme park offerings.”Related imageYou see, President Trump has long promised once in a generation tax reform, hoping to use the GOP’s majority in the Senate to pass THE BIGGEST TAX CUTS IN HISTORY while adding much needed simplicity to our morass of a tax law. And that promise begins its path to reality on Wednesday, when the House is slated to release the first draft of proposed legislation.

If you’re curious about the changes expected to be contained within that proposed legislation, feel free to read here. But the nature of any proposed tax cuts was not really what Sanders’ impromptu dissertation was about; rather, she took it upon herself to address what many Americans are preemptively speculating as they anticipate the release of the GOP plan: will this be a big tax cut for the rich, at the expense of the rest?

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