During his State of the Union address of 2018, President Trump predicted an additional $4,000 of income to all workers would result due to the tax cut.
After 22 months, the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that wages for nonsupervisory workers, 80 percent of all workers, have increased by $1,145 after 22 months, since January 2018, an increase of 2.7 percent, from $42,302 to $43,447. But this is smaller than the increase between January 2014 and January 2016, when these incomes increased...
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