WASHINGTON — A Democratic senator from Ohio described the Trump White House as a haven for Goldman Sachs executives and white supremacists.
Sen. Sherrod Brown says he’s concerned about the Wall Street types pressuring the president for tax cuts for the rich.
“You walk into the White House, and it looks far too much like a retreat for Goldman Sachs executives,” Brown told CNN’s “State of the Union.” “The people closest to the president whispering in his ear all want to do tax cuts for — want to do trickle-down economics, big tax cuts for the wealthiest people in the country, and hope it trickles down.”
Brown says he wants to work with President Trump on tax reform, especially provisions to keep jobs in the America, but he’s troubled by rhetoric coming out of the White House.
Read more at the New York Post.