What to believe? Democrats are for corporate tax cuts, but now they are against them. First, the cuts benefit the economy and workers incomes and now they don’t. Who knew the validity of economics was dependent on ones political views or which party was in office?
Is there no truth in economics? 🤓. The fact is when it comes to politics and pandering there is no math or logic that means much.
In 2012, President Obama and his advisers proposed lowering the corporate tax rate because it “creates good jobs with good wages for the middle-class folks who work at those businesses.”  In 2013, Lawrence Summers, President Clinton’s Treasury secretary and chairman of Mr. Obama’s Economic Council, argued that the tax on corporate profits creates a burden without commensurate revenues for the government, and that changing it “is as close to a free lunch as tax reformers will ever get.”
In 2015, Democrat Chuck Schumer and Republican Rob Portman co-sponsored a Senate bill to reduce the top corporate tax rate, which is the highest of any of the 35 countries in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop-ment. “Our international tax system,” Mr. Schumer argued back then, “creates incentives to send jobs and stash profits overseas, rather than creating jobs and economic growth here in the United States.” Bill Clinton in 2016 said he regretted raising the corporate rate to its current level.
Source: Commentary The Wall Street Journal October 25, 2017
 Vigorously opposed by the left who wanted more revenue for more spending