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If the average middle class person didn't benefit from the tax cuts, it didn't help the middle class. You can't just say "it helped me so it helped the middle class". The tax cuts weren't meant for you specifically.Well you said it didn't help the middle class, I was telling you it did so you're wrong there. You may be right about the avg but you aren't right saying it didn't help the middle class bc it helped a lot of us. Maybe bc we are public sector not private so the trickle down doesn't effect us, though I know guys in the private sector who are singing trumps praises bc of all the money they are making, not on stocks, but they are probably considered upper class.
So for example, one of the main aspects of the tax cuts (or so Trump hoped) was that wages from companies for employees would increase. That hasn't happened, not to the extent that Trump wanted. A lot of companies decided to use the money for something else. Amazon is arguably the most famous company to actually increase their wages, and you can argue that wasn't even due to the tax cuts, but rather extreme public criticism and constant employee complaints about the low pay.
It isn't all Trump's fault. But none of it can be blamed on Obama. He is no longer a factor in how things go from here on out with the economy. Trump has been in charge for two years by now. That's plenty of time to leave your footprint on something and Trump has chosen to do barely anything except ride the cocktails of Obama while not doing much to improve the weaknesses that are still within the system.Either way I got the answer to the question I asked, that this is all trumps fault and Obama has nothing to do with the negative drop the stock market is about to take. Just out of curiosity let's say something happens and the market climbs over the next year, can trump get some credit if that happens?? Just to be fair if it drops below say 18,000 I'll come back and say it's trumps fault and he should do something else.