Trump told reporters after campaigning in Elko, Nevada, Republican Rep. Kevin Brady of Texas and House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin are working to develop a "large tax cut for middle-income people" in the coming weeks.
"If we do that, sometime, I would say, it's November," Trump said.
It is unclear on which tax proposal Trump referred on Saturday, with deep partisan divisions in Congress It is unlikely that a new tax schedule will progress to the midterms during the Lame Duck sessions.
Congress is currently outside the meeting ahead of the much-anticipated election, which is scheduled for November 6. The pressure on the Republicans continues to grow as they seek to retain control of Congress.
"We should return money to American families to address the rising costs of childcare, housing, education and other expenses," Harris said in a statement earlier. "Our tax legislation should reflect our values, and instead of more tax relief for the first 1
Harris' plan would offer tax credits of up to $ 6,000 a year for households earning less than $ 100,000 annually and tax credits of up to $ 3,000 for individuals below $ 50,000 a year ,
"Not for business at all," said Trump. "For middle-income people, now was the last for middle-income and for business, and our business is coming back for that now."
Trump talks about Jamal Khashoggi
During his rally With reporters on Saturday, Trump also talked about the controversy surrounding the disappearance and death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, of the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul came to Turkey – but never reappeared.
The President said he plans to speak with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman soon.
"I'll talk to him soon, soon, could be today, but I'll talk to him, a lot of progress is made, we'll probably have an answer Tuesday or so," Trump told reporters.
This statement led to widespread skepticism, but Trump said Friday that the official statement was a "good first step". He also acknowledged that some questions went unanswered, but said that he wanted to wait before commenting on the subject until he had a chance to speak with Bin Salman.
CNN's Rachel Ventresca, Euan McKirdy, Sarah Sirgany and Clarissa Ward have contributed to this report.