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Trump slams ‘not’ the New York Times for the activity as a “lobbyist” for the Democrats on the Senate GOP tax plan

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Trump says his tax reform economically, “rocket fuel”

The Wall Street Journal Global Economics Editor Jon Hilsenrath, of the potential economic impact of the Republican tax-reform.

President Trump the “massive” tax says a plan to roll out Republicans is a “winner” and hit the New York Times as a “lobbyist” for the Democrats and opponents of the bill.

“The bad @nytimes, the organ for the democratic party, has become a virtual lobbyist for them in terms of our huge Tax Cut Bill You are wrong so often that I know now, we have a winner!” Trump tweeted early Thursday morning.

The precipitated @nytimes, the organ for the democratic party, has become a virtual lobbyist for them in terms of our huge Tax Cut Bill You are wrong so often that I know now, we have a winner!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2017

The President of the tweet is a double whammy — was to criticize reigniting his aversion to “fake news” in the mainstream media, to make the Gray lady’s editorial decisions, and not slammed to blame the Democrats for the work of tax reform.

TO CLAIM THE MEDIA TWIST-TAX-PLAN-STUDIES, IT IS HAMMERING MIDDLE-CLASS

All day Wednesday, The New York Times Editorial Board via Twitter posted: “I urge the Senate to reject a tax bill that hurts the middle class & the country is doing fiscal health. #thetaxbillhurts.”

This morning, The New York Times editorial staff tweeting to urge the Senate to reject a tax bill that hurts the middle class & the country is doing fiscal health. #thetaxbillhurts

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

The New York Times opinion Twitter feed sent a series of messages that encourage voters to contact Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine; Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Ky.; Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.; Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, and Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn. To ask you, against the bill vote on Wednesday.

“Senator Susan Collins of Maine has correctly pointed out that all the temporary tax cuts for the middle class is more than offset by the higher cost of health insurance — a good reason for you to vote against the bill.” https://t.co/bHYJcMTMjU pic.twitter.com/NgfvgnOypL

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

Call the Kansas Senator @JerryMoran (202) 224-6521 and remind him that the Senate tax bill, you would be more than $1.4 trillion to the deficit over 10 years without the support of the middle class. #thetaxbillhurts pic.twitter.com/2UNbX9LUQE

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

Contact @SenJohnMcCain and @Jeff flake, especially if you live in Arizona, and you tell them to be against the tax: It is more than $1.4 trillion to the deficit over 10 years without the support of the middle class. #thetaxbillhurts
Flake: (202) 224-4521
McCain: (202) 224-2235 pic.twitter.com/PvXI1b3Xd4

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

Contact @Lisa Murkowski (202) 224-6665, especially if you live in Alaska, to say, you should be against the Senate tax bill, because it would drive up the cost of health insurance by repealing Obamacare, the individual mandate. #thetaxbillhurts pic.twitter.com/vL9y3zAaF6

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

The editorial calls on @SenBobCorker vote against the Senate tax bill, because they would. to an increase in the Federal deficit of more than $1.4 trillion He said he would vote against the bill if it added “one penny to the deficit.” You contact him and tell him #thetaxbillhurts pic.twitter.com/JamVGLnvVO

— NYT opinion (@nytopinion) November 29, 2017

“The bad @nytimes has completely gone against the Social Media Guidelines that you have installed to, and credibility after many of their biased reporters went rogue! @foxandfriends” Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.

Despite their efforts, the Senate Republican tax plan is at an advanced 52-48 party-line vote, so the senators begin debate on the sweeping legislation.

The precipitated @nytimes has completely gone against the Social Media Guidelines that you have installed to, and credibility after many of their biased reporters went rogue! @foxandfriends

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30, 2017

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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