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So the original Donald Trump tax plan was a massive revenue loser, even with generous dynamic scoring. Then came word Team Trump was tweaking it to reduce the revenue loss from $10 trillion ($12 trillion without dynamic effects) to $3.8 trillion (with dynamic effects). (This is a greatly simplified timeline.)
Now he is reverse-tweaking it. But what would those tweaks have looked like, beyond reducing cost?