Trump en route to the Twin Cities for tax event

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This year's Tax Freedom Day was to fall on April 16 - 105 days into the year.

"We promised these tax cuts would be rocket fuel for the American economy and we were absolutely right", Trump told an audience at a trucking company where a red, white and blue banner exclaimed: "USA open for business".

If for any reason you can't get them filed by the deadline there are a few options offered.

Trump says incorrectly that he enacted the largest package of tax cuts in history.

Minnesota GOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan says the visit shows where the president's focus is.

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"It's clear that the people who really understand the financial standing of small businesses know that the tax cuts are working", said JCN President and CEO, Alfredo Ortiz. Just 17 percent of those polled believed their taxes went down.

Boos rose from the audience after Trump said "Today is tax day that we're celebrating". But so far, the tax cuts haven't delivered a major shot of financial adrenaline to most families. While the average filer was better off, it said, they weren't seeing it in their refunds, "which many people think of as their "bottom line'".

Companies were also winners in the scenario as a result of slashing the corporate tax rate to make the US more competitive with other countries. He says he won't release the returns because he's being audited by the IRS though the agency says an audit bars no one from making their returns public. He's traveling Monday to Minnesota, a state he narrowly lost to Hillary Clinton in 2016 and that he's hoping to flip in 2020. In fact, no Republican presidential candidate has won Minnesota since Nixon.

Political analyst Blois Olsen says Trump is focused on Minnesota because he loves to win, and this is a state he nearly won.

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