Hillary Clinton Visits Waterloo, Renews Promise to Not Raise Middle Class Taxes

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WATERLOO, Iowa -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stopped in Waterloo on Monday and renewed her promise to not raise middle class taxes.

However, she says that's only possible if someone else picks up some the slack.

"I want to go further and impose what I call a Fair Share Surcharge on multimillionaires because right now, we're behind," Clinton said. "We need to get the wealthy and the corporations to pay more of their fair share so I can keep my promise, which is I will not raise taxes on the middle class. That is absolutely my pledge to you."

Clinton also took a few jabs at challenger Bernie Sanders. She called him weak on gun control and warned he would undo parts of the Affordable Care Act.