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Biden Uses Trump Remark To Make ‘Bidenomics’ Look Good

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The White House criticized former President Donald Trump for expressing hope that an economic crash would occur during the current year rather than during his hypothetical second term.

This came after Trump’s comments on a right-wing platform, where he expressed a desire to avoid being associated with Hoover’s presidency.

The White House used this opportunity to highlight President Biden’s economic successes and contrast them with the previous administration’s approach. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

White House spokesman Andrew Bates wrote in a statement, “A commander in chief’s duty is to always put the American people first; never to hope that hard-working families suffer economic pain for their own political benefit.”

Trump said, “When there’s a crash, I hope it’s going to be during this next 12 months because I don’t want to be Herbert Hoover.”

Despite Trump’s claims of a strong economy during his term, the White House emphasized Biden’s positive economic indicators and progress.

“Republican officials should welcome the economic progress President Biden is delivering, instead of revealing twisted true colors that would shrink the American middle class in the name of their own cynical self-interests,” said Bates.

“Consumer sentiment is surging and inflation is falling. All the more reason to continue Bidenomics’ historically successful economic growth, job creation, and cost reduction momentum over the volatility of MAGAnomics – which economists warn would worsen inflation with tax giveaways to rich special interests,” continued the spokesman.

While Trump has used Biden’s economic challenges in his campaign, the White House has sought to showcase the current administration’s economic achievements and plans.

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