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During a rally in Nevada, former President Donald Trump made the promise to eliminate taxes on tip wages, which might cause a stir in the battleground state with a high rate of service.

In Las Vegas, he declared, “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.” “We won’t impose taxes on tips—on individuals leaving tips—as soon as I take office.”

Tourism, particularly to the gaming and entertainment hotspots of Las Vegas and Reno, is the main engine of Nevada’s economy. Unions that represent the service industry, like the Service Employees International Union, are well-established in the state and mobilized opposition to Trump before his visit.

In 2020, President Joe Biden narrowly prevailed over 30,000 votes in Nevada; however, in the current race, Trump leads by almost five points according to the RealClearPolitics voting average.

Trump declared, “First thing in office, we’re going to do that right away: we’re not going to [charge taxes on tipped wages].” It has been a source of conflict for a very long time. You also take great care of people and provide excellent service. Additionally, I believe it will be something well-deserved.

Earlier in the speech, Trump referenced the narrative that Biden occasionally brings up during campaigning, asserting that the Democratic Party’s foundation lies in open borders and high taxation. He claimed that the Democrats “cannot get elected like that, so they make up stories.”

Then he committed to lowering taxes for service employees in Nevada.

“We’re not going after them for taxes anymore—those people that have jobs in restaurants, whatever the job may be, a tipping job,” declared Trump. “I made the announcement for the first time—the first time I’ve mentioned it, and the first time anyone has mentioned it. In my opinion, no one has ever brought it up before, and it’s also really fitting.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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