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President Trump’s Team on the Difference Between Biden and President Trump

There is a big difference between President Trump and Joe Biden.

Dual events on Saturday made it clear where Joe Biden and President Donald Trump stand on immigration.

Joe Biden was on MSNBC apologizing for calling Jose Ibarra, the illegal immigrant arrested for killing Laken Riley, an “illegal.” Biden said he regretted calling Ibarra an “illegal” and that illegal immigrants “built this country.” To be clear, Jose Ibarra is an “illegal” and Biden’s open borders policies are directly responsible for Laken Riley’s death.

While Joe Biden was apologizing on MSNBC, President Trump was in Rome, Georgia meeting with Laken Riley’s parents. President Trump called out Biden for his border policies during his rally in Georgia and said, “To her family tonight, I promise you, I will demand justice for Laken.”

Will Joe Biden duck a debate? 

  • President Trump has said that he wants to debate Joe Biden “anytime, anywhere, anyplace.” In response, Biden said he might refuse to debate President Trump.
    • Likewise, Kamala Harris was noncommittal when asked in an interview whether Joe Biden would debate President Trump.
  • It’s no wonder Joe Biden is afraid to debate President Trump. In the past couple of days, Biden has thought he’s running for Congress, struggled to read the teleprompter, and apologized for calling Laken Riley’s killer an “illegal.”

The New York Times confirms that President Trump has been right about the threat of nuclear war: 

  • President Trump has been continuously warning the country about the looming threat of nuclear war.
    • In February 2023, President Trump warned, “Joe Biden’s weakness and incompetence has brought us to the brink of nuclear war.”
    • A couple months later, President Trump remarked, “The biggest problem we have in the whole world, it’s not global warming, it’s nuclear warming.”
    • It’s this threat of nuclear war that has President Trump urging a peaceful settlement to the war in Ukraine. On Saturday in Georgia, President Trump said, “I will have the horrible war between Russia and Ukraine settled and we will restore peace through strength.”
  • A new report from the New York Times reveals that U.S. intelligence believed that there was a 50 percent chance Russia would use nuclear weapons in the Ukraine War.
  • A second Biden term would mean continued bloodshed in Ukraine and an increased risk of nuclear war that would end life as we know it. Only President Trump can restore peace and avoid World War 3.

New ABC poll shows voters trust President Trump on the key issues: 

  • ABC News: “When it comes to the job Biden is doing on major issues and how Trump handled these same issues when he was president, Americans grade Trump more favorably than Biden on the economy (49%-37%), inflation (45%-31%), crime (41%-35%) as well as on immigration and the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border (45%-29%).”

Americans continue to suffer under Bidenomics:

  • Unemployment last month jumped to 3.9%, shattering economists’ expectations that the unemployment rate would hold steady.
  • The number of layoffs surged 9% last year, with job cuts last month climbing to their highest level since 2009.
  • Under Joe Biden, the federal debt has ballooned by $6.7 trillion, more than any other president at this same point in their terms.
    • The Office of Management and Budget estimates that the federal deficit for this fiscal year will reach $1.9 trillion.
  • Inflation has reached unbearable levels: Prices have increased by 18% since Biden took office, forcing the average American household to spend an extra $11,600 every year just to make ends meet.
  • Economist Joel Griffith said on Friday: “Over the past three years or so, we’ve seen the percentage of people working a full-time job plus a part-time job skyrocket by more than 30 percent… it says that people that are employed are trying to work harder just to make ends meet.”

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