Biden Goes After Trump On Good Morning America

Newly-Minted Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Makes First Campaign Tour Of Iowa

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Before even having specific policies of his own, Sleepy Joe Biden already attacked Trump for his widespread tax cuts for everyone, including the Middle Class, something 'Middle Class Joe' should have known already. When asked by Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts on how he would approach people with a strong economy under President Trump, Biden replied:

"What I'd say is did you get any benefit from the tax cut? Have your wages really gone up to what you think you deserve? Do your employers treat you with any more respect and dignity than they did before?

Rep. Kevin Brady wrote a fantastic piece detailing all of the benefits that the President's tax cuts have given to the American people, which you can view here. Biden should have read Rep. Brady's article first, before attending the interview and holding his first rally in Pittsburgh, which is experiencing the lowest jobless rate since the early 1970s. Not a good start for the hair sniffing, head kissing, nose rubbing, former Vice President.

After dismissing the accusations of sexual harassment made against him earlier in the interview, Sleepy Joe, or should I say Creepy Joe, doubled down on his claim of having the most progressive record out of anyone running:

“I was always labeled as one of the most liberal members of the United States Congress. If it makes you progressive to mean that you are for Medicare for All or it makes it progressive, then that wasn't the standard of what constituted in the past what is progressive...Make America moral again. Make America return to the essence of who we are, the dignity of the country, the dignity of people, treating our people with dignity."

And of course, Biden also gave his opinion on the Mueller Report and played the hero, pretending to be commissioned to fight against the rightful President, Donald J. Trump:

"There are elements of the report in the second phase of the report -- about seven or eight things that are left undone. Mueller was not within his purview to investigate, he thought. The Congress is attempting to take that up What the Congress should do, and they are doing, is investigating that. And if in fact they block the investigation, they have no alternative but to go to the only other Constitutional resort they have, which is impeachment. But my job in the meantime is to make sure he's not back as president of the United States of America."

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