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Reaction and analysis of Trump’s surrogate, Jack Kingston, former CEO of CKE Restaurants, Andy Puzder and Democratic strategic Jehmu Greene.
A Republican ex-Congressman and current trump-campaign-consultant claims that President trump, not the Obama-Biden administration, “owns” the economy in its current state.
Former Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., reacted on Monday on “The story”, to claims of 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, who is charged inherited trump, “” a growing economy, the self, and the former President Obama.
Biden, the original information on a Philadelphia made a rally earlier this month, says the crowd at Eakins Oval, is that Trump in the “alternative facts.”
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“I know that President Trump like to pay credit to the economy and for the economic growth and low unemployment,” Biden supporter, said. “But… President Trump inherited an economy of [the] Obama-Biden administration – that was given to him, just like he inherited everything else in his life.”
Kingston disagreed, told Martha MacCallum that “it is not a Democratic candidate on the ballot,” who can claim, “I can do better than that, does what [Trump].”
“The economy is owned by Donald Trump. And, he will make it, the main support of his… re-election,” Kingston calculated.
“I think it is important for President trump, to talk more about these amazing numbers that he put on the Board,” he continued. “He has absolutely moves the needle and changed the lives of Americans.”
Kingston pointed at the former President Ronald Reagan, who he said called the “misery index” (unemployment plus inflation) in the criticism of former President Jimmy Carter.
“Reagan would always be so: ‘are you better than you were four years ago?'” Kingston said.
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Earlier Monday, Trump is not “tweeted that Biden apologized yet” for his involvement in a controversial 1994 crime bill’s passage.
“Everyone said, in connection with the 1994 crime bill, no chance will have to be elected,” Trump.
Fox News’ Martha MacCallum contributed to this report.