Hillary’s Comms Director Commented On Taxes And It’s Bad… Real Bad

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Democratic Nominee for President of the United States former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to and works with her communications director Jennifer Palmieri aboard the campaign plane in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sunday November 6, 2016. (Photo by Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Former communications director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential election campaign, Jennifer Palmieri, was hosted by MSNBC yesterday, where she was asked about President Donald Trump’s new tax plan.

Her criticism of the President’s plan sounded much too familiar to Clinton’s out-of-touch campaign; she said, “$1000 over the course of a year is not that much to a working class family.”

Palmieri also misquoted Trump’s chief economic adviser Gary Cohn, per the Daily Caller:

Palmieri started off her insensitive comments with a bit of fake news, stating, “what is also going to hurt [Trump] with his own voters is Gary Cohn’s statement up at the podium going, ‘I can’t guarantee there’s a middle class tax cut.’”

What Cohn actually said during Thursday’s press briefing was that he couldn’t guarantee every single middle class family would receive a tax cut as everyone’s situation is different.

Then Palmieri hit viewers with the real kicker.

“[Cohn is] not understanding that $1000 over the course of a year is not that much to a working class family,” she said.

People on Twitter did not seem to like the elitist comment:

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