Yesterday on Fox & Friends, Ivanka Trump, the prettiest White Nationalist, couldn’t get the facts straight about daddy’s new tax bill (“the biggest tax cut in history…”).
To the show’s hosts, she boasted about Americans filing under the new law in April. Yet, the new law doesn’t start until 2018, and taxes for that year will be due April 16, 2019.
She also boasted that the new tax law is so simple that the “vast majority of Americans will file on postcards”, which is just not true. The new tax code is somewhat simpler, but filing will mean essentially using the same sort of form. The GOP, never big on telling the public the truth, touted the plan with prop postcard to demonstrate the new law’s “simplicity”. Some citizens are able to file using the one-page EZ-form, but it could never fit on a postcard. For half the country, filing will become somewhat more complex according to most tax experts.
Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin to the opportunity to take note of Ivanka’s “cluelessness”, calling the first daughter and daddy adviser: “… a walking advertisement for the danger of nepotism”.
Ivanka, demonstrating that cluelessness, announced:
“I am really looking forward to doing a lot of traveling in April when people realize the effect that this has, both on the process of filling out their taxes, the vast majority will be doing so on a single postcard, but also having experienced the relief that will be starting as early as February.”