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DETROIT — the Democratic 2020 hopefuls set the stage for two nights of primary debates here in Michigan, a member of the “squad” is the attitude of the candidates feet to the fire on a top theme for the party, the left base — the taxation of the rich.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., The discussion of the language on a “tax the Rich” rally near the site of Tuesday evening, where the question of how they pay for their ambitious spending proposals, with poverty, infrastructure, climate change and health care is likely to be a thorny Problem for the participants.


Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., speaking at a “tax the Rich” rally in Detroit. (Adam Shaw/Fox News)

After that, the Detroit native, told Fox News will see that they are very interested in, as fat, the candidates will their call to overcome poverty in countries such as the rust belt

“Right now, I represent the third-poorest constituency, so I’m right at the top,” she said. “So, when you say that things have gotten better, or if some candidates are pushing back against any kind of bold approach to ending poverty in our country, it is that right now in Michigan, recently, increased poverty among children, the fact that General Motors left, and the trading debacle that this current government has created-where do you stand on this?”

She said the pension funds are another major Problem, and called on the democratic hopefuls, the people “against corporations” — a warning that the attention to the candidates of the previous records, rather than their debate performance, and whether their deeds with their words.

“And you look to the West, it was shocking to see how many of our people, and districts that have never heard of red before red, but that is because people need to feel and need to feel seen and the way that you do, make sure you come before the company,” she said.

“So, you know, I’m always with a view to a person of the previous voting behavior of what you suggested before, because many of them are actually in the office-before you’ve actually been in positions of power, where they have introduced these plans, which you now suggest, now — so I don’t want to see that more than their performance,” she said.

Tlaib, which, together with the Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., the form of the left-hand group of freshman women in the Congress were known as the “squad” from your speech in front of a giant inflatable Trump chicken and in the vicinity of a green “tax the Rich” bus. The bus is the conclusion of a tour through America’s heartland, which began at the last Democratic debate in Miami.


In their remarks they focused their anger on the 2017 tax cuts signed into law by President Trump, that’s what she said hurt had, poor Americans, claiming that the top 1 percent of Michigan residents got an average tax cut of $52.000, while the poorest pay $120 more.

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., in the case of a “tax the Rich” rally in Detroit. (Adam Shaw/Fox News)

“The wages were hardly moving, jobs are not created, and instead, CEOs bigger bonuses and buying to give yourself back to stock, but we know this is nothing new, it’s our time to end corporate influence on our government and unrig the tax system,” she said.

She made her remarks to Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, and cited it as an example of how funds, which were set priorities wrong.


“We know what it means to be leaving, we know what it is, if we pay the a with to, to subsidize the cost, our schools, our town services, subsidized stadiums for the stadium down there,” she said.

She said that an “overwhelming majority” of Americans, taxing the rich, the claims that she has seen support from Republicans as well as Democrats: “they all say, it must be fair and it is not fair if we continue to allow that to drive the greed, our way ever closer to the access to a real Human health care system to a true quality education system for our children and so much more.”

“I’ve actually met millionaires who are like” please tax me!'” she said. “Well, we are here to say that we are ready to control you today.”

Fox News’ Kelly Phares contributed to this report.

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