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President Biden has faced his latest call for the resignation of presidential Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., after the president dropped him during a speech and confused his state of Florida with that of Wisconsin.
Biden criticized Scott’s “12 Point Plan to Save America”.
The plan calls in part for Americans – unless they’re elderly or disabled – to be barred from government assistance if they refuse to find a job, reading “you can’t live off hard work and sweat of your fellow Americans”. – as well as a stipulation that would have been criticized by the president that would cancel federal laws every 5 years:
“If a law is worth obeying, Congress can pass it again,” Scott wrote in his plan. The president claimed that this stipulation would put Medicare and Social Security at risk.
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In recent remarks, Biden hit back at Scott about his plan and spoiled his home state: “Senator Rick Scott of Wisconsin – I think the man has a problem.
On Monday, Scott said Biden doesn’t understand the plight of the average American because he’s been wealthy for so much of his life:
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“Joe Biden has, when he was a rich kid – they say oh, ‘Average Joe’ – No, he went to expensive prep school and then he was on public unemployment for 50 years. We paid his way for 50 years,” Scott said.
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“[Biden] has no idea about anything and he doesn’t care. And so he has no plan to fix anything. He is confused. He is unable. He’s unfit for the job,” Scott said. “He’s never had a tough financial day in his life.”
“In my professional life, this is what I would do [say] – Joe, nice boy. Good try. You must leave. You can’t do the job,” said the senator, a former hospital director and naval officer.
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Scott said Biden’s cabinet was playing a blame game, saying officials like USDOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg and Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, the former Governor of Rhode Island, continue to say “it’s not is not my fault”.
“It’s a whole bunch of government people who think government can handle anything. These people have no idea how you fix a supply chain.”