Trump is set to lay out his manifesto for business later today in a speech.
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Trump's tax proposals are missing from campaign's site.

By Ben Geier
August 8, 2016

In his big economic speech Monday in Detroit, Donald Trump laid out his “economic vision” and urged Americans to go to his campaign website for the details on his plan for tax reform.

There’s just one problem with that, though — the page on his website that is supposed to detail his tax reform proposals goes to a dead link.

When you go to the “Tax Reform” page of the Trump campaign’s policy section, there is a 404 error.

The position page on taxes was apparently scrubbed before Trump’s speech. According to an archived page, the page previously listed the elements of his proposal for lowering tax rates.

Twitter users were quick to mock Trump for telling voters to go to his website for information that is no longer there.

Trump also said more details would be released in coming weeks.

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