Max starts his week by looking over the past 24 hours to see if anyone in DC, Republican or Democrat has done anything for the Average Working American, and as ever the answer is no. Max next gets into how Donald Trump’s taxes (what he calls tariffs) are really going to hurt many of his voters, especially anyone that shops at Dollar Tree, Wal-Mart and if you’re lucky Target.
And it’s only going to get worse if the US increases taxes on Chinese goods to 25% early next year. Max then talks about his Twitter war with Hugh Hewitt, who has a list of great accomplishments that he claims Trump is responsible for, but when Max goes through the list he realizes that 95% of the list that Hewett claims Trump should be proud of, does nothing for the Average Working American. Sadly Max is not surprised. Max then jumps to Medicare and how the GOP is now claiming, in a massive irony, that it is the Democrats who want to take away Medicare from Americans. Max gets so caught up in all this that he runs out of time to talk about Nikki Haley resigning from her post as US Ambassador to the UN. Finally Max decides he needs to finish his Scotch that he obtained from the bar that is in the Max Miller Studio