John Kennedy, a Republican from Louisiana who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, criticised President Biden for his most recent remarks regarding “MAGA Republicans,” who he claimed advocate policies that choose to inflict this type of pain on the American people.
An earlier footage of Biden speaking in Springfield, Virginia, earlier on Thursday, during which the president also said he would “veto whatever they send,” was played for Kennedy by “The Story” anchor Martha MacCallum.
Kennedy remarked, I believe that President Biden is the only person in the Milky Way who believes that our nation is moving in the right path. Take a look at the numbers: While China’s economy was shut down last year, ours grew by 1%. It expanded at 3%. President Biden has given us cumulative inflation in the United States of 13.5% over the past two years.
I don’t mean to be rude, but if that were my record, I would bury my head in a sack.
Kennedy said that while the typical American might not be able to recall the precise empirical numbers, they are still very much feeling their essence.
They are aware that crime is significantly higher, he said. They are aware of how little respect there is for our institutions. The American people are aware that it is currently more difficult than ever to advance in our nation and simpler than ever to stay still.
He went on to refute Biden’s assertions that Republicans could try to reduce expenditure on federal entitlement programmes in a statement about a fellow Republican.
He claimed that it was simply untrue what President Biden had claimed about his party’s and his own desire to undermine Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
The president is aware that not even George Santos would invent a whopper of such magnitude. He simply thinks that this nation’s greatness is a result of the federal government.
Since his election, Santos, a recently elected Republican congressman from New York City, has made news due to growing evidence that he made up or lied about certain details of his life and career.
In addition to acknowledging the allegedly 750,000 additional union jobs created during his presidency, Biden made headlines during the Springfield event for yet another apparent error.
The president appeared to be referring to Rep. Donald Beyer, D-Va., who represents the liberal Washington suburb he was visiting when he asked about “Doug, the congressman” at one point.
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