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Trump slams Biden spending bills as 'Green New Deal,' warns Democrats will lose dozens of House seats in 2022

Trump slams Biden spending bills as 'Green New Deal,' warns Democrats will lose dozens of House seats in 2022

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EXCLUSIVE Former President Trump slammed President Biden’s spending agenda as the “Green New Deal bill,” warning that, if passed, the American people will face tax increases, and the Democratic Party will lose dozens of seats in the House of Representatives during the 2022 midterms.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Friday, the former president discussed President Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda and the bipartisan infrastructure package pending in Congress.

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Biden is having difficulty reaching a settlement that will satisfy moderate and progressive Democrats in the Senate and House on the reconciliation and infrastructure bills.

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“It is hard to believe they won’t do it, but I think if they do it, it’s going to cost [Biden]Trump stated to Fox News that he believes the vote was decisive in his victory. “Because the people don’t want it. America is being ripped off by this. This is a huge tax hike.”

Trump condemned the infrastructure bill and said “it isn’t an infrastructure bill” echoing Republican concerns that much of the legislation was not focused on infrastructure.

Trump stated, “It’s a Green New Deal Bill.”

Trump stated, “We have many great people in our Republican Party.” We have some great people, just like everyone else.

“The one thing I’ll say is, the Democrats, they’re vicious, they have horrible policy, but, they stick together,” Trump said. It’s the first time that I have ever seen it for a while. 

This was the ex-president referring to infighting within the White House with Democrats as well as among legislators in the House and Senate over spending package negotiations. The White House’s Democratic leadership and Senate Democrats struggled last month to find a way to gain the support moderate Democrat senators. Joe Manchin from West Virginia, and Kyrsten Silena from Arizona

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Biden also cancelled his planned visit to Rehoboth in Delaware to be with the Democrats. This was as White House leaders and Democratic leaders sought to garner enough support within the House Progressives for the passage of the bipartisan Infrastructure bill on Friday night.

Fox News sources claimed that Biden personally called those progressive holdouts considering voting against the bill.

Trump said to Fox News, however that the bill’s passage would be in the best interests of Republicans in 2022.

“If they vote on this bill, I think we’ll pick up an extra 30 seats,” Trump said. “Because people don’t want a tax increase, and they don’t want a Green New Deal, and that’s what this is.

It is “a mixture of these two things.” 

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Fox News was informed by a White House official that Biden met with House leaders, moderates and progressives Friday night to try to find a solution.

Democrats in Congress had hoped to get the votes necessary to pass Friday’s bipartisan reconciliation bill as well as the infrastructure bill.

Biden’s Social Spending Package, which was once worth $3.5 Trillion, has been reduced to an even smaller $1.75 Trillion after moderates and progressives reached an agreement to trim programs.

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