This outline lacks the details or the offsetting spending cuts that would allow serious analysis. But some economists are saying it would increase the national debt by $7 trillion over 10 years -- that's $700 billion a year.
Here's one thing that is clear as a bell, however. It eliminates the Alternative Minimal Tax. The two page scrap of Donald Trump's 2005 tax return does show that, without the AMT, in that year alone, he would have saved $30,000,000 on his tax bill -- in one year!
So, we already know a partial answer to whether Trump's tax plan will benefit him personally. And that's not all: His plan slashes corporate taxes, eliminates estate taxes, and makes some very favorable changes for real estate developers. All of which will benefit Trump and his family.