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They gave Trump money; he gave them spots on his economic council




Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers an economic policy address detailing his economic plan at the Detroit Economic Club August 8, 2016 in Detroit Michigan.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers an economic policy address detailing his economic plan at the Detroit Economic Club August 8, 2016 in Detroit Michigan.
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Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump unveiled his plans for the economy in Detroit, Michigan,  Monday. The Motor City will also provide a backdrop to Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton's economic policy announcement later this week.

The Republican nominee spent much of his time outlining plans to reduce the number of income tax brackets, renegotiate NAFTA and withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, among other things. 

Behind Trump's words was an economic advisory council: thirteen men, five of whom are major donors. 

For a deeper look at Trump's choices, Take Two spoke to Shane Goldmacher, a political reporter for Politico.

Press the blue play button above to hear the full interview.