BIDEN SAYS HE WOULD STILL RAISE TAXES FOR CORPORATIONS, HIGH EARNERS AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS

Joe Biden on Friday promised to still raise taxes for corporations and high earners as part of his vow to repeal the Trump tax cuts as president -- even if the U.S. is still suffering from the coronavirus crisis.

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