There’s a saying that applies to the most vociferous political opponents of the estate tax: Some people are born on third base and go through life thinking they hit a triple.
Every four years, Republican presidential candidates engage in a symbolic ritual of estate tax batting practice. Like George W. Bush and Mitt Romney of years past, Donald Trump is no different.
“No family will have to pay the death tax,” Trump said in Detroit. “We will repeal it.”
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Op-Ed by Chuck Collins. Published in the LA Times.