Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows slams Biden for proposing new taxes in upcoming budget
Meadows explained that the Republicans have put out another budget to counter the one President Biden proposed
Former Trump Chief of Staff and North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows called out President Joe Biden for suggesting the addition of more taxes in a proposed budget.
"Joe Biden put out a budget and...calls for additional taxes, and now get this-it's taxes even on unrealized capital gains," Meadows told the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show Thursday. "So if you think that you've made money, he's going to tax that."
Meadows explained that the Republicans have put out another budget to counter the one President Biden proposed.
"Republicans in the House put forth a budget that cut almost $150 billion of what we would call woke kind of policies in these agencies," he said. "When you look at the House Freedom Caucus's budget, it's putting parents back in control of the classrooms. It's making sure that we don't continue to support Critical Race Theory and a lot of the leftist agenda that's there. So I can tell you Joe Biden's budget is dead on arrival."
Meadows pointed out that when Biden was running for president, he ran as a moderate, and that position probably won't be coming back until 2024.
"When Joe Biden was sworn into office, we got progressive Joe Biden," Meadows stated. "You will see moderate Joe Biden come back because election time is getting closer, but the American people shouldn't believe it."