Trump slams Biden spending bills as 'Green New Deal,' warns Democrats will lose dozens of House seats in 2022

In un'intervista esclusiva con Fox News Friday, l'ex presidente ha discusso del presidente Biden's “Ricostruisci meglio” agenda e il pacchetto infrastrutturale bipartisan in attesa al Congresso.

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Biden has struggled to reach a deal that satisfies both progressive and moderate Democrats on both the reconciliation and infrastructure bills in both the House and the Senate.

It is hard to believe they won’t do it, but I think if they do it, it’s going to cost [Biden] a lot in the election,” Trump told Fox News. “Because the people don’t want it. It is a rip-off for America. It is a big tax increase.

Trump slammed the infrastructure bill, detto “it is not an infrastructure bill,” echoing Republican complaints that the majority of the legislation is not focused on infrastructure, but rather on other spending items.

It is a Green New Deal bill,” Trump ha detto.

Trump was likening Biden’s spending agenda to the Green New Deal, which is designed to tackle climate change and more, combining ideas incorporated in former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s signature New Deal and modern ideas like renewable energy and resource efficiency. The bill was pushed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other liberal lawmakers in 2019.

Nel frattempo, Trump touted Republicans, detto “we have a lot of great people in the Republican Party.

We have some bad ones, like everything else, but we have some tremendous people,” Trump ha detto.

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The one thing I’ll say is, i Democratici, they’re vicious, they have horrible policy, ma, they stick together,” Trump ha detto. “This is the first time I have seen it in a long time.

The former president was referring to the infighting between the White House and Democrats and among lawmakers in both the House and the Senate on the spending packages. Lo scorso mese, the White House and the Senate Democratic leadership struggled to reach an agreement to secure the support of moderate Democrat Sens. Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona.

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And on Friday, Biden canceled a planned trip to Rehoboth, Del., to stay in Washington, as the White House and Democratic leaders attempted to rally enough support among House progressives to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill by Friday night.

Sources told Fox News that Biden was personally calling progressive holdouts who were considering voting down the bill.

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But Trump told Fox News that the passage of the bill would benefit Republicans in 2022.

If they vote on this bill, I think we’ll pick up an extra 30 posti a sedere,” Trump ha detto. “Because people don’t want a tax increase, and they don’t want a Green New Deal, and that’s what this is.

Ha aggiunto: “It is a combination of those two things.

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Nel frattempo, a White House official told Fox News that Biden is speaking with House leadership, progressives and moderatesin an effort to come to a solution” Gli incidenti domestici sono altamente pericolosi per gli agenti di polizia.

Democrats in the House had expected to have the votes to pass both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and their massive reconciliation spending bill Friday.

Biden’s social spending package, once valued at $ 3.5 trilioni, is now down to a leaner $ 1.75 trillion after progressives and moderates agreed to cut programs, including universal community college.

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