Trump slams reconciliation deal, describes support in crowd as Republican opponents criticize

Former President Trump used his rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Friday night to criticize the Democrats’ climate, tax and universal health package while touting his track record of recent endorsements.

While Trump was in Badger State to bolster several of his approved candidates ahead of the August 9 primary, including Gov. nominee Tim Michaels (right) and Adam Stein, who ran the 63rd in the rally district against Wisconsin Assembly President Robin Voss (right), he used The former president march to deal a blow to his opponents.

“The Radical Democrats are now planning to impose the largest tax increase in American history, which is the exact opposite of what they did.” Trump emphasized, referring to the reconciliation agreement. And they are working hard to stack more regulations at levels never seen before. You will have regulations that no one has seen before.”

He screened Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), claiming he was “taken on a trip” by Senator Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), who made a surprise announcement with Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer ( DN) .Y) last week that they reached an agreement on climate reform, health and taxes.

“Joe Manchin sold the entirety of West Virginia, what he did to this state is a disgrace. And I told the broken old raven, Mitch McConnell, that it was going to happen,” Trump said.

Earlier in July, Manchin appeared to be pouring cold water on the prospects of a deal after publishing data showing inflation running at 9 percent annually.

When the deal was announced, after the Senate with Republican support passed a bill to boost domestic semiconductor production and fund scientific research, some Republicans expressed frustration with the agreement, saying they would have stopped the chips and the science bill if they knew Democrats were pushing forward. . With provisions on taxes and climate in the reconciliation package.

Manchin claimed that he and Schumer did not mislead their colleagues.

The former president touted the recent successes of Arizona candidates Carrie Lake (right) in the Republican gubernatorial primary and Blake Masters in the Republican Senate primary as well.

He also referred to Michigan governor candidate Theodore Dixon (right) and former Department of Housing and Urban Development official John Gibbs (right), who defeated Representative Peter Major (R-Mich), one of the 10 House Republicans who voted for impeachment. . trump card.

Trump called Michaels, who is running against Lieutenant Rebecca Cliffish (right) in the state’s gubernatorial primary next Tuesday, as an “incredible success story” and described his construction company.

Stein – the candidate he endorsed as part of a larger round of revenge against Republicans he believes have overtaken him after the election and the Capitol riots – called A true patriot. Voss, Steen’s opponent, angered Trump after he rejected attempts to nullify the 2020 election.

While Trump took a few hits at Cliffish, he also appeared to be responding subtly to those who supported it, including former Vice President Pence.

Tim’s primary opponent is Rebecca Clesfish, a professional politician with in-house political experience. He’s known her for a long time. She’s the hand-picked candidate for the failed institution, the RINOs…the Washington swamp, and she’s running a campaign of lies and lies, he claimed, using the acronym “Republican”. In name only.”

The former president even teased House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)’s trip to Taiwan, one of the many stops she made on her travels to East Asia amid escalating tensions between China and the self-governing island, wondering why she was traveling to Taiwan.

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