Trump flips on large emanate after attacks from doubtful rival

Trump Says American Wages Are Too High...

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has seemed to take a new position on US wages.

After previously saying salary were “too high,” Trump instead stressed Sunday and again Monday that they were indeed “too low.”

“Wages in are nation are too low, good jobs are too few, and people have mislaid faith in a leaders. We need intelligent and clever care now!” Trump tweeted Monday morning.

The apparent change came after Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), a Democratic presidential candidate, pronounced in a Sunday talk that his summary would ring among Trump’s working-class supporters.

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“Look, many of Trump’s supporters are a working-class people, and they’re angry,” Sanders pronounced on CBS’ “Face a Nation,” according to a show’s transcript. “And they’re indignant since they’re operative longer hours for reduce wages. They’re indignant since their jobs have left this nation and left to China or other low-wage countries.”

Sanders added: “In fact, he has pronounced that he thinks salary in America are too high.”

Trump responded by accusing Sanders of lying:

Trump, however, has indeed pronounced that salary — among many other things in a US — are too high.

In a Fox Business Network discuss in November, Trump used his opening matter to say, “Taxes too high, salary too high. We’re not going to be means to contest opposite a world.”

And Trump doubled down on his position during a “Morning Joe” talk a day after that debate.

“It’s a tough position politically,” Trump concurred on a MSNBC show. “We have to turn rival with a world. Our taxes are too high — a salary are too high. Everything is too high. We have to contest with other countries.”

Trump done both comments while deliberating a US’ smallest wage. He after insisted that he was referring usually to a smallest wage, not salary in general, according to Politico.

View Trump’s Monday tweets on a subject below:

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