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Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump will release a policy proposal outlining his ideas on tax reform on Monday.

{mosads}Trump will announce the proposed reforms at a press conference at Trump Tower in New York City.

“Essentially, the plan is a major tax reduction for almost all citizens and corporations, in particular, those in the middle and lower income classes,” the Trump campaign said in a statement.

“Likewise, a major beneficiary will be corporations and job producers, with an emphasis on businesses in the United States and bringing money back into the United States, which is locked in other countries (Corporate Inversion).”

Trump’s rivals for the GOP nomination have accused him of running on platitudes, rather than specific policy proposals.

Trump has sought to diminish that criticism by releasing a policy proposal on immigration reform, and a white paper on how he would defend the Second Amendment.

The tax reform proposal will be the next in that line, and a foreign policy proposal is expected at some point.

The tax reform proposal should fall in Trump’s wheelhouse as a successful businessman.

‘No other candidate has had anywhere near the success in business as has Mr. Trump,” the campaign said in a statement. “He understands business incentives and taxes better than perhaps anyone that has ever run for office. He is self-funding his campaign, a point which has resonated vey strongly with the voters — he is therefore not controlled by lobbyists, special interests, or donors.”

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