President Trump has dealt with almost a full-year’s worth of hogwash from his opposition on the other side of the aisle. Democrats have tried hard to keep Obama’s legacy alive, but have failed to slow down President Trump’s momentum, while on his crusade to “Make America Great Again.”
Senator Cory Booker has finally reached his breaking point with President Trump. Booker feels defeated after Trump’s tax plan was passed and didn’t hold back when describing how he felt as a result of Trump’s non-stop winning.
Here’s what Mr. Booker had to say about the recent Tax Reform passage:
Senator Booker obviously is out-of-touch with the current status of America’s everday worker and middle class. He thinks Trump’s tax plan is an “economic sledge hammer” and will “hurt” America, when in reality it will send taxes down significantly across the spectrum. This will, in turn, put more money back into millions of Americans’ pockets and into the economy, as we have already seen with Wells Fargo who recently increase wages.
Booker stressed the trillions of dollars America is in debt. It’s interesting how he never cared when Obama racked up the trillions of debt that President Trump was left to handle as a result of 8 years of ridiculous spending and deals with our enemies (ie. Iran).
The economy has flourished ever since President Trump has taken over the reigns and this little factoid is what must be hurting Booker’s feelings. It’s hard to take him serious since his rebuttal makes very little sense (unless you’re a socialist).
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