He likes the company tax cuts, but is doubtful about any economic benefit from the personal tax cuts. This line, though, shows what a jumble of thoughts he is:
The moral case for cutting taxes — “hands off my money” — is stronger than the economic case. On the other hand, the Trump plan could ratchet up inequality — already severe — to levels not seen since ancient times.So he is acknowledging that inequality, at too severe a level, is immoral? Which makes quite a puzzle of his years long finger pointing, in the Australian context, of the number of households not paying any net tax.