This CNN op-ed about Trump's recent attempts to cut taxes makes some historical claims:
President Kennedy declared at the New York Economic Club that "it is a paradoxical truth that tax rates are too high today and tax revenues are too low -- and the soundest way to raise revenues in the long run is to cut rates now.''
Kennedy was, of course, proven exactly right. After the tax cuts were enacted after his death, America experienced one of the greatest periods of prosperity in our history.
Did tax revenues increase after Kennedy's proposals for tax cuts were enacted more than would have been projected without the tax cuts?