Max Richtman Interview — Podcast November 20, 2017

The Republican Flim-flam Continues: First They Reduce Taxes for the 1% Enough To Ensure a 1.5 Trillion Dollar Federal Budget Deficit, Then They Cut Billions From Social Security and Medicare To Help Reduce the Deficit They Just Created.  Max Richtman, President and CEO of the National Committee To Preserve Social Security and Medicare, joins Democratic Perspective co-hosts, Mike Cosentino and Steve Williamson, for a discussion of the devastating effect provisions of the current Senate and House tax bills will have on the Social Security and Medicare programs should they, as now seems likely, be enacted into law. If there isn’t already a special place in Hell for the Republican Senators and Representatives who are pushing these bills through Congress, there surely ought to be.

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