WATCH: Trump Makes MAJOR Policy Announcement That Will Transform The Service Industry

During a packed rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump made a major policy announcement for service workers that could lead to massive inroads among the younger generation. Trump told rallygoers that upon taking office in January 2025, he would work on ending federal taxes on income derived from tips.

"So this is the first time I've said this — and for those hotel workers and people that get tips, you're going to be very happy — because when I get to office, we are going to not charge taxes on tips, people making tips: We're not going to do it," Trump said. "And we're going to do that right away, first thing in office, because it's been a point of contention for years and years and years."

"You do a great job of service. You take care of people, and I think it's care of people, and I think it's going to be something that really is deserved," Trump told the working-class Nevadans in a state known for its service and hospitality industries. "More importantly, popular or unpopular — I do some unpopular things, too; if it's right for the country, I do what's right — but so those people that have jobs in restaurants, whatever the job may be, a tipping job, we're not going after for taxes anymore,"

"I announce that for the first time, first time I've brought it up. First time anyone's brought it up, I think. It's never been brought up before. And I also think it's very appropriate," Trump added. The 45th president's policy announcement will lead to more money in the pockets of hard-working Americans who rely on tips to make a living. It's those kinds of policies that have led to voters overwhelmingly trusting Trump over Biden on the economy.

According to a recent ABC News/Ipsos poll, 46 percent of those polled say they trust Trump to handle the economy better than President Biden, while only 32 percent said the opposite. Inflation has also been at the top of voters' minds, with Trump again besting Biden on the issue. The poll found that 44 percent of Americans believe that Trump can handle inflation better than his Democrat competitor, while only 30 percent said the same about Biden.

The poll also found that Americans are struggling to make ends meet under Bidenomics. Forty-three percent of those surveyed said that their financial situation has deteriorated since Biden took office in January 2021, while 40 percent said it hasn't changed, and only 16 percent said it has improved.


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