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Trump accidentally amplifies Biden’s stimulus messaging with another statement against McConnell

Former President Donald Trump released a new post-presidency statement, and Democrats might just be glad he did. The former president, who remains permanently banned from Twitter, re-issued a statement Thursday against Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) Beating him up as “the country’s least popular politician” and for the Republican Senate Losses in Georgia were blamed – losses for which Trump himself was blamed by other Republicans. One of the reasons Republicans lost the two Georgia Senate runoffs in January was, according to Trump, “Mitch McConnell’s refusal to increase stimulus-check payments to over $ 600 per person as the two Democratic opponents are campaigning for Advertise the ad at $ 2,000 per person “. The statement offered “a pretty political gift to Democrats before the stimulus,” wrote Josh Kraushaar of the National Journal, while Washington Post’s Dave Weigel noted that Trump took this opportunity “remarkably” to convey “Biden’s news about the $ 1,400 Validating checks instead of beating him up and Democrats for circumcising them. “Remarkably, Trump also uses this statement to validate Biden’s messages about the $ 1,400 checks instead of beating him and the Democrats for beating them have shortened. “The $ 2,000 will be approved by the Democrats anyway.” – Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) March 4, 2021 Indeed, Trump writes that “the $ 2,000 will be approved by the Democrats anyway,” without commenting on the fact that the new checks in fact, for $ 1,400, they are still on Biden’s latest compromise, which limits eligibility. Politico’s Gabby Orr noted that Trump “could have made a statement that the loss of income on the Biden Stimulus bill will mean he has given more Americans checks” but “instead, he is still targeting his own with things like that Party off. “” This was just Trump’s most recent statement to that effect after posting another last month describing McConnell as a “non-smiling political hack.” He also mentioned McConnell in a recent Conservative Political Action Conference speech , honoring McConnell’s most recent re-election. McConnell told Fox News that he “didn’t see” the speech and that “we’re dealing with the present and the future without looking back at the past.” More stories from theweek.comThe Republican Complaint Perpetual Motion Machine7 devastatingly funny cartoons about Trump’s CPAC performance Why is Dr. Seuss’ “rejection” terrifying

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