American Enterprise Institute Economic Policy Studies Director Michael Strain: “I think the next president, regardless of who he is, needs to first and foremost avoid doing things that will make the recovery slower and that will thwart progress. So, we should not be raising taxes in a weak economy – we should especially not be raising the corporate tax rate, which would hurt business investment, worker productivity, and wages. That should be item number one to avoid of the kind of plausible sets of items.” [CSPAN2, 10/14/20]