President Joe Biden will draw a distinction on Tuesday between his economic plans and comments from Republicans that focused on inflation, a White House official said.
Biden, a Democrat suffering from low approval polling numbers ahead of November’s midterm elections, has in recent weeks intensified his rhetoric against Republicans, for example, in former President Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” rejected the MAGA movement as extreme.
On Tuesday, Biden will lay out his plan to fight inflation and “contrast his approach with Congressional Republicans’ ultra-MAGA plan to raise taxes on 75 million American households and threaten to sunset programs like Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.”,” said the officer. ,
Last week Biden hit out at Republican US Senator Rick Scott’s economic plan, saying it would raise taxes on 75 million Americans, most of whom earn less than $100,000 a year. Scott, who said he planned to cut taxes, is leading Republican efforts to get the Republicans elected to the Senate.