White House officials are reportedly unaware of any plans for a “major tax cut” ahead of the midterm elections, despite President Trump’s repeated promises of it in recent days, Politico reports. Trump first made the announcement Saturday, saying his administration was “studying” a tax cut for “middle income people,” before raising the stakes Monday and claiming a resolution was already in the works. The president initially said the package would be unveiled before November. When pressed to answer how that is possible with Congress currently not in session, Trump said a resolution would be submitted “sometime in the next week, or week and a half, two weeks.” By Monday evening, however, White House officials cited by Politico had not seen any such policy proposals, nor were they aware of any details of such a plan, according to the report. The office of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who Trump said was working on the plan, referred all questions back to the White House. “It’s not a serious proposal. It wasn’t kicked around a whole lot, he just tossed it out there,” one conservative lobbyist close to GOP leaders was quoted as saying.