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Trump criticizes reconciliation deal, touts support at rally, hitting Republican opponents

Former President Trump used his rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Friday night to criticize radical climate, taxes and Democrat health package promoting your track record of recent approvals.

While Trump was in badger staff to boost a few of his approved candidates are ahead of primaries on August 9, including gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels (right) and Adam Steen running in 63rd constituency race against Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (right) former The President used the rally to strike at his own opponents.

“Radical Democrats now intend to introduce the biggest tax increase ever in american history is the complete opposite of What I’ve done,” Trump said, referring to the reconciliation agreement. “And they’re working feverishly to lay down on more regulation at levels never seen before. You will have rules like no one has ever seen before.”

He checked the name of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky), claiming he was “kidnapped.” for Journey” by Senator Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), who made surprise announcement with Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (DN.Y.) last the week they reached an agreement on climate, health and tax reforms.

“Joe Manchin has completely sold out West Virginia, what he did to that state is a disgrace. And I told old broken crow Mitch McConnell that it had to happen,” Trump said.

Munchin formerly in July seemed to pour cold water on perspectives of deal after data was released showing inflation at 9 percent annually.

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

Manchin claimed that he and Schumer had not misled them. colleagues.

former the president touted recent successes of Arizona Cary Lake candidates (right) in GOP and Blake Masters gubernatorial primaries in primary elections for the Republican Senate.

He also mentioned Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon (right) and former Branch of Housing and urban development official John Gibbs (right) who defeated representative Peter Major (R-Mich.), one of 10 Republicans in the House of Representatives vote in service of Trump impeachment.

Trump called Michels who it works against former Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Clefish (right) in gubernatorial primaries next tuesday, “incredible success story and advertised his construction company.

He called Steen, a candidate he supported as part of of more revenge tour against Republicans who he believes that he crossed his path after the elections and the riot in the Capitol – “true patriot”. Vos, Steen’s opponent, drew Trump’s ire after he abandoned his attempts to cancel the 2020 election.

Like Trump took a few blows on Clefish, he also seemed thin hit back in those who supported her, including former Vice President Pence.

“Tim’s opponent in primary – Rebecca Cleisfish, professional politician and political insider. known to her for for a long time. She’s the chosen candidate of in failed Establishment, RENO… the Washington swamp, and she campaign of lies and lies,” he said, using abbreviation for “Republican in just a name.”

former the President even interfered with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)’s trip to Taiwan, one of a few stops made in her trip to East Asia amid escalating tensions between China and the self-governing island, asking why she would go to Taiwan.

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