Trump Vows Huge Victory in 2022 If Biden's Agenda Is Enacted
Biden's agenda is bad for the economy
Donald Trump has promised a massive victory in the 2022 midterms if Joe Biden enacts his enormous tax and spend agenda into law.
"If Democrats are able to piece together their huge tax hikes, called by another name, it will mean an additional 40 Republican seats in the House and at least a few additional Republican Senators in the U.S. Senate."
Trump's remarks come after it was revealed Biden's $3.5 trillion reconciliation package is "deeply unpopular" in swing districts, according to a new poll.
NEW!— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) September 30, 2021
"If Democrats are able to piece together their huge tax hikes, called by another name, it will mean an additional 40 Republican seats in the House and at least a few additional Republican Senators in the U.S. Senate." - President Donald J. Trump pic.twitter.com/SxamraXrfH
The poll shows disastrous numbers for Biden's agenda, especially in the three House districts, where Reps. Cindy Axne (D-IA), Tom Malinowski (D-NJ), and Elaine Luria (D-VA) are incumbents.
Axne's district and Malinowski's district oppose Biden's agenda by 51 percent.
Fifty-two percent oppose Biden's agenda in Luria's district.
But it's not just Biden's plan; many wing states oppose Biden himself, according to Civiqs polling.
In 25 out of 27 seats in 18 battleground states, Biden's approval rating is underwater.
New Hampshire is the only battleground state where Biden has a positive approval rating (48-45 percent).
Biden's approval rating has tanked in 12 out of 13 races where Republicans currently occupy the seat.
In the seat held by a Democrat, 13 out of 14 seats face Biden's underwater approval rating.
Meanwhile, Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) dropped the hammer on Biden's agenda by refusing to support his massive $3.5 trillion spending plan.
Manchin warned in a statement that every member of Congress has a duty to do what is best for the country and not their party.
He said he is standing by what he has been stating for months; that he cannot support $3.5T in reckless spending.