Why take either seriously?
Both represent rewrites of rewrites, changes to accommodate the ever-shifting political fortunes of each candidate.
Perhaps the biggest difference is that Trump has a smaller record to compare and contrast. But Trump doesn't even pretend to be consistent, so there's little reason to believe his plan reflects little more than the current political expediency,
Clinton, of course, has a record stretching back years -- a record of plans that pretty much promise whatever you want to hear.
Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, for years consistently espoused -- even before Clinton arrived on the scene -- the same package of what he sees as remedies for America's ills.
But we all know what happened to Bernie -- and his consistency and honesty about what he wanted to do.