Donald Trump Jr. claimed that all Biden needs to do is continue to follow his father’s economic policies, which have pushed the economy into recession.
Video of Donald Trump Jr.:
Jr: All Joe Biden had to do is nothing. He could have ridden the coattails of my father’s economy pic.twitter.com/wPbvjzXqkl
— Acyn (@Acyn) January 14, 2022
Donald Trump Jr. said of Hannity, “All Joe Biden had to do was nothing. He could have sat back, followed the coattails of my father’s economy, his international politics, Middle East peace, jobs, American prosperity, energy independence and all that was being accomplished. Instead, they spent five years destroying him.”
Donald Trump destroyed the economy in his last year in office
Economists have warned that the Trump economy is headed for a recession in 2019.
Trump’s response to COVID took a recession and turned it into a near-depression.
Donald Trump Jr. tried to act like the last year and half of the Trump presidency never happened.
Joe Biden got the economy rolling again with the mass vaccination program and two big federal cash injections. If Biden followed Trump’s plan, the United States would not be the best-positioned economy in the world.
Donald Trump Jr. tried to steal credit for the economy from Joe Biden.
Former President Trump intends to rely on a fantasy that everything was great when he was president. They hope America forgets the entire nuclear bomb of the economy and the COVID part of the Trump presidency.
It will not work.
Donald Trump is now a loser. He’s damaged merchandise, and most Americans respond with a visceral negative reaction to the mention of his name.
Donald Trump Jr. tried to steal the loan, but Americans will never forget the damage done by the Trump family.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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