Jesse Watters Mocks Biden’s Failed Trump Attack: ‘Ultra-MAGA Sounds Like a Condom or Beer, Did Hunter Come Up with That One?’

Fox News host Jesse Watters has fired back at Joe Biden over the Democrat’s attempts to mock President Donald Trump and his supporters.

During a speech in Chicago, Biden told the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers that inflation was not his fault.

Instead, Biden claims the blame for the crumbling economy lies with Trump, who he tried to mock by giving him the nickname “The Great MAGA King.”

“Under my predecessor — The Great MAGA King — the deficit increased every single year he was president,” Biden told the crowd.

“The first year of my presidency, the first year, I reduced the deficit, literally reduced the deficit by $350 billion, first year.

“My Republican colleagues say these programs to help the working class and middle-class people, that, they say, that’s why we have inflation.

“They’re dead wrong,” he claimed.

“I call it the ultra-MAGA plan, Make America Great Again plan.

“Right now, the majority of our Republican friends just see things differently.

“They don’t want to solve inflation just by lowering the cost.

“They want to solve it by raising taxes and lowering your income.

“If I didn’t see the actual document, I’d think I was making it up.

“The ultra-MAGA Republicans’ proposal puts, here’s what it does, it puts social security, Medicare — this is the Republican plan now, the only one out there — and Medicaid on the chopping block every five years.”

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Enter Jesse Watters, who dropped the hammer on Biden, saying

“‘Ultra-MAGA’ sounds like a condom or a beer.

“Did Hunter come up with that one?

“That’s how Joe Biden views anybody who disagrees with him.

“Joe can’t run on the issues because he hasn’t gotten any results.

“So he is trying to rip off the Trump nickname game.”


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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