Even though he stays mostly out of the public spotlight nowadays, every now and then former President Bill Clinton still appears on TV or radio for an interview.
Clinton recently went on iHeart Radio to discuss Joe Biden’s Presidency.
And you won’t believe what Bill Clinton said about Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office.
“I think Biden has been almost pitch perfect in what he’s said and done,” began Bill Clinton when asked about Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office during a recent interview with iHeart Radio.
Of course, during his first 100 days, Joe Biden pursued one of the most radical leftwing agendas in American history, pushing everything from trillions in proposed new taxes to trillions of dollars in socialist welfare spending to amnesty for illegal aliens to potentially expanding the Supreme Court to gun control to taking over our election process.
However, despite all that, according to Bill Clinton, Joe Biden has “made good decisions economically and good decisions on the staff and good decisions to have an inclusive policy economically and socially and politically.”
Clinton continued, “If we can produce positive results that cross those divides by lifting everybody, giving everybody a chance, then we have a chance to psychologically change.”
Aside from pushing a radical agenda, Biden also campaigned on a promise to unify the country.
But Biden and the Democrats then turned around and rammed through a nearly two trillion dollar blue state bailout bill without a single Republican vote.
And now they’re pushing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s multi-trillion dollar Green New Deal and a new welfare bill, which Bill Clinton even admitted is just play acting in wanting bipartisanship and that Democrats will once again use their majority to pass the bill along party lines.
“I think the problem he has is, first of all, the last election was very close. And I think that it’s now a performance art for the Democrats,” Clinton added.
“But he’s been doing this a long time and he’s [sic] knows that they think they’re winning, even though he won, and even though he’s popular. So he can only get back to bipartisanship when they’re willing to do it,” Clinton claimed.
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