VIDEO: Trump’s $500 Tip Sparks MASSIVE Cheers

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( – In a display of incredible generosity, former President Donald Trump left a $500 tip at a Philadelphia cheesesteak sandwich shop during a campaign stop, sparking massive cheers by everyone present.

See the video of Trump leaving the tip in the tweet below!

His visit was part of his broader advocacy to eliminate federal taxes on tips if he is re-elected.

A video shared by a communications aide on X captured Trump at Tony & Nick’s Steaks before a scheduled rally at Temple University.

Amidst a bustling crowd, he declared while signing the receipt, “I’m going to give you 500 bucks. You guys all split it up.”

The atmosphere was charged with enthusiasm as someone in the crowd proclaimed, “Great things happen in Philadelphia. Let’s go!”

This was followed by applause and chants of “Trump” as the former president displayed the signed receipt.

Additional footage documented Trump endorsing his campaign by inscribing “Vote Trump” and “No Tax on Tips” on another item with a black marker. His vocal emphasis on the message about tip taxation was met with applause.

Nicky Lucidonio, the proprietor of Tony and Nick’s Steaks, expressed his astonishment to Fox News about the unexpected visit, which was preceded by an order for approximately 200 sandwiches.

“It was just unbelievable,” Lucidonio remarked.

He described Trump’s engagement with the patrons—answering questions, signing hats, and taking photos.

“We’re all taking pictures with him. What a great man, you know. We’re all here rooting for him. You know, this November, we gotta get him in,” he added enthusiastically.

During his speech at the rally, Trump reiterated his proposal to reform the tax code to exempt tips from federal taxes, urging, “No taxes on tips. Every time you leave a tip for the next five months, make sure to write on the receipt, ‘Vote Trump for no tax on tips!’”

He initially introduced this initiative two weeks prior in Las Vegas, stating, “Those people that have jobs in restaurants or whatever the job may be, a tipping job, we’re not going after it for taxes anymore, that will be ended.”

This policy proposal has found support among Trump’s allies in Congress, including Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who expressed her approval on X, stating she “absolutely” loved the plan.

She also shared a photo of a receipt with the campaign message and encouraged her followers to do the same. Greene’s enthusiasm led her to co-sponsor a legislative proposal with Reps. Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Matt Gaetz (R-FL), aiming to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

The proposed “Tax Free Tips Act,” inspired by a previous initiative from Ron Paul, seeks to eliminate income and employment taxes on tips.

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