Joe Biden Now Blatantly Ripping Off Trump’s America First Economic Policy (VIDEO)

Is Joe Biden plagiarizing again? It sure looks that way.

During his speech in Michigan this week, Biden talked about putting a tax on companies that ship American jobs overseas. That sure sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

Any day now, Biden is going to walk out in front of a camera wearing a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat.

The Detroit Free Press reports:

Joe Biden promises Michigan workers: He’ll tax companies that move job overseas

In a speech given in Warren, Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday unveiled a plan to tax companies that move work overseas at a higher rate and reward those that bring jobs back into the U.S.

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In any other campaign, it would be a proposal directly from the Democratic playbook, but given that President Donald Trump has made the same claims a central part of his presidency, it came as a frontal assault on Trump’s economic record in a state the president won by just two-tenths of 1% four years ago…

Biden, the former vice president, met Wednesday afternoon with UAW members and held a roughly 26-minute live-streamed campaign event at the union’s Region 1 headquarters in Macomb County. The campaign stop came one day ahead of a Trump rally scheduled in Freeland, near Saginaw.

Take a look at the video:

Joe Biden is figuring out way too late that working class voters have abandoned his party for Trump.

It’s too little too late, especially given the record of the Obama Biden presidency.

Trump is already cleaning up the mess they left.

 

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