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President Biden has all-rounded criticism of then-President Donald Trump during the rush of toiletries and other goods in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, but now that exponential inflation and a supply chain crisis have begun, the Delaware Democrats have been able to be circumspect in that regard. fails. , the panel of “The Five” discussed on Friday.

Host Jesse Waters pointed to Biden’s comments from May 2020, saying it was not a “food shortage problem” at the time, but a “leadership problem.”


However, now that Biden is president and facing a similar but more serious crisis, he hasn’t taken the same blame that he placed on his predecessor, the host noted — and has instead taken over his party’s $3.5 trillion social are reiterating the importance of passing the economic overhaul as “human”. infrastructure” – and again the net cost claim would be “zero” dollars.

“We can’t be competitive in this global economy in the 21st century when we fail to invest,” Biden said during a Hartford, Conn., event on Friday — changing his voice to a whisper “but not his Pay the fair share.”

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“Pay a good portion of what we stipulate in this piece of law. If you add it up all the years, the cost to build back better is zero in terms of adding to losses.”

Waters further explained that Biden concluded that set of comments acknowledged that he would not reach the $3.5 trillion spending target, but instead “somewhat less than that.”

“So we have a lie, we got a whisper and we got a backtrack,” remarked Waters to co-host Katie Pavlich.

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Pavlich later said that there is a recently enacted state law pushing the miles of container ship backup at ports in Southern California that eliminates the idea of ​​private contractors because every worker must be classified as an employee. .

“A lot of private contractors drive trucks and there are 75,000 in California, so there’s a problem where these companies are trying to unload stuff to get it across the country, they can’t find workers and drivers who have trucks because California has reclassified them as full-time employees even if they are private contractors,” Pavlich said of the legislation, passed through the Democratic legislature in Sacramento.

The panel later noted that Biden also urged the US oil industry to ramp up production – albeit after several months of “discrediting” it.