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Unless You're Very Rich, Clinton Probably Isn't Hiking Up Your Taxes

You'd have to be making more than $200,000 a year.
Posted at 1:33 AM, Oct 10, 2016

At the second presidential debate, Donald Trump said: "And I will tell you, Hillary Clinton is raising your taxes, folks. You can look at me. She's raising your taxes really high."

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That's not exactly true. Unless your income is among the top 5 percent in the country.

To get a tax hike from Clinton, you'd have to be making more than $200,000 a year. 

Clinton has promised some kind of tax cut for low-income and middle-income citizens but hasn't given a specific percentage yet.