Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump will both unveil their economic proposals this week, and neither is wasting time picking apart the other’s plan.
On Monday, Trump will outline his economic plan in Detroit, which would call for a ban on new financial regulations and the abolishment of the estate tax. Trump also has more items in his proposal that his advisors say will benefit middle-class Americans.
The GOP nominee’s focus on policy comes after a few disastrous weeks of bad press, which expanded Clinton’s lead.
Clinton will unveil her plan on Thursday in Detroit during a major address.
Trump’s proposed plan also calls for the reduction of income taxes, making childcare expenses tax deductible and the elimination of tax brackets, according to sources close to the matter.
The Republican candidate also wants to get rid of environmental regulations implement by President Barack Obama, withdraw from the climate agreement and restart the Keystone XL pipeline project.
Trump will also reaffirm his opposition to free trade plans, and push for withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. The GOP nominee also wants to renegotiate the terms of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Clinton attacked Trump’s plan on Monday morning, arguing that his proposal would include big tax breaks for large corporations and business, which would push America into a recession.