Trump Advisor: Collect Your 2020 Election Checks

One of Donald Trump’s advisors has a plan to assure that the president is reelected.

“2020 Election Checks.”

It’s an unusual strategy that could pay regular Americans $14,985 in election checks before the election.

Go here to get enrolled (and claim your first check).

Let me explain . . .

Back in 2017 President Trump and Republicans passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It was the biggest tax cut since President Ronald Reagan was in the White House.

The tax cut focused on helping American corporations. Corporate taxes were slashed from 35%  to 21%. Plus, companies would pay a small tax on their offshore profits.

Meanwhile, most Americans saw a total federal savings of less than $1,000. Just check out this data from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities:

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Unfortunately, it’s mostly the richest Americans that have benefitted from the tax cuts.

For example, the top 1% of American taxpayers saved $61,090 on their taxes!

In order to be reelected . . .

President Trump is making sure that every American sees a benefit.

The 2017 tax cuts included a little-known provision that lets every American collect $1,110 every 20 days. And that means you could pocket $14,985 before Nov. 3.

Larry Kudlow is director of the National Economic Council – and President Trump’s top economic advisor. And last month on CNBC he explained that President Trump is considering a big move.

It would send out “2020 Election Checks” to every American.

“It’ll come out sometime later during the campaign . . . perhaps later this summer,” Kudlow told CNBC.

We know that Democrats on Capitol Hill will do everything possible to BLOCK this move. However, it’ll be hard for them to argue against putting more cash in the hands of middle-class Americans.

Now, you could wait until summer . . .

Or you could start collecting these “2020 Election Checks” right now.

Just click here for urgent details (before the next check gets mailed).

Yours in Profits,

Ian Wyatt

Published by Wyatt Investment Research at