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Biden’s Ex Aide Slams Bridge Obsession, Ignores Economy Woes

In a shocking twist, President Joe Biden finds himself on the receiving end of some serious sass from his former chief of staff, Robert Klain. The ex-chief of staff was caught on tape criticizing Biden’s relentless focus on bridges instead of flexing on the economy. Klain, obviously not holding back, called out Biden for spending too much time cutting ribbons on bridges instead of addressing the skyrocketing prices of everyday essentials like eggs and milk. And let’s be real, who really cares about a bridge, right? Klain might have a point there, folks.

Klain went on to question Biden’s communication strategy, arguing that the whole bridge obsession might be a bit of a dud. He pointed out that Biden is not some hotshot congressman trying to woo voters with bridge talk and that maybe, just maybe, the American people want to hear about something a tad more substantial. And honestly, can you blame Klain for being fed up with all the bridge babble?

Despite the shade thrown, Klain did give a nod to Biden’s infrastructure projects, albeit with a healthy dose of skepticism. But hey, credit where it’s due, right? Klain did acknowledge that highlighting these projects could have some merit, even if he wasn’t convinced that bridges were the most riveting topic for the public. Maybe Biden should consider mixing it up with some road repairs or tunnel unveilings to keep things interesting.

In the world of politics, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. The term “Bidenomics” seems to have fallen out of favor with the White House and its pals. Apparently, Democrats were getting antsy about the economic struggles facing Americans and felt that touting Biden’s economic success using the term was missing the mark. I guess the lesson here is that a catchy term doesn’t always equal political gold. Maybe a return to good ol’ fashioned economic talk without the flashy label is what the doctor ordered.

Now, in response to the brouhaha, the White House fired back, insisting that Biden is out there hustling to boost the middle class and slash costs left and right, unlike those sneaky Republicans with their supposed trickle-down agenda. The White House seems unfazed by Klain’s critiques, doubling down on Biden’s messaging and pledging to keep the economic spotlight shining bright. Well, they say if you can’t handle the heat, stay out of the kitchen, but it looks like Biden’s team is cranking up the heat instead.

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Biden’s Ex Aide Slams Bridge Obsession, Ignores Economy Woes

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