Greene’s remarks at the Turning Point Action Conference this past weekend, where she criticized Biden for his “investment in social infrastructure and environmental programs,” and compared him to the 32nd President Franklin D. Roosevelt, one of the most well-liked presidents in history, made up the entirety of Biden’s campaign ad. In order to finish what FDR began, LBJ expanded upon, and Joe Biden is attempting to finish, Joe Biden had the largest public investment in social infrastructure and environmental programs. He is still working on programs to deal with labor unions, Medicare, Medicaid, urban problems, urban problems, and rural poverty.
I approve this message, Biden wrote in the tweet that included the advertisement.
Previously, the White House had praised Greene’s Monday speech, tweeting, “Caught us. President Biden is working to improve the lives of devoted families.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre also echoed Greene’s remarks, saying, “We agree with Marjorie Taylor Greene, which is not something that we say very often,” during a press briefing on Monday.
We completely concur with her on this, she continued. Rural poverty is something we oppose, and the president is committed to protecting Social Security and Medicare.