Trump to target taxes, regulations in economic policy speech

Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump attends campaign event at Windham High School in Windham, New HampshireBy Steve Holland and Emily Stephenson DETROIT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will propose tax breaks for working families and for corporations as he outlines his economic plans on Monday in an effort to regain momentum lost during a damaging spate of controversies. The plan will include imposing a temporary moratorium on new federal regulations and reviving Transcanada Corp’s Keystone pipeline project, according to an outline of his economic speech seen by Reuters. Trump is scheduled to speak at noon EDT (1600 GMT) to the Detroit Economic Club, a traditional venue for political candidates to discuss their economic vision and whose members are area business leaders.

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