Biden Rips Trump For Threatening To Cut Old People’s…

by Jessica

CNBC anchor Joe Kernan questioned former President Donald Trump on his policies regarding spending and entitlements, suggesting there might be similarities between Trump’s views and those of President Joe Biden.

Kernan specifically asked if Trump’s outlook on handling entitlements, such as Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, had changed.

In response, Trump rejected the notion that there’s little that can be done in terms of cutting entitlements. He expressed openness to “cutting” entitlement programs and criticized the management of such programs.

The Biden campaign quickly seized on Trump’s comments, sharing a clip online with the caption “Not on my watch.” White House spokesman Andrew Bates emphasized President Biden’s commitment to opposing benefit cuts to Medicare and Social Security.

Trump’s remarks sparked national headlines, as they appeared to contradict his previous assurances to protect entitlements, a promise he made during his presidency.

The Biden campaign countered, asserting that Trump’s comments raised concerns about potential cuts to essential programs.

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