President Trump is working to SAVE America from relentless ‘Bidenflation’

by Lauren Bratton

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President Trump is putting himself in the room with everyday Americans who are struggling to make ends meet in a Biden-led economy riddled with inflation.

On Wednesday, he stopped at an Atlanta Chick-fil-A, where he engaged in light-hearted conversation with employees and customers. He blasted Biden for “doing nothing for” the black community as a woman shouted out to her friends, “Tell him how y’all been suffering.” The crowd erupted with various complaints about the increased cost of everything.

On the same day, President Biden dined once again with the elites at the White House State Dinner. He hosted Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida but was also among some of the richest Americans in the United States, including Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, and BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink.

On Thursday, Fox News contributor Karl Rove said that “campaigns are based on lots of things, images matter a lot in those, uh, in those considerations, and yesterday’s image war was won by Donald Trump easily.”

Rove and the Fox hosts also discussed Biden’s claims about things getting better for the American people, arguing that his comments were out of touch with reality after the release of March’s inflation numbers on Monday.  

Inflation ticked higher once again, causing consumer sentiment to fall one and a half percentage points, according to the April preliminary assessment conducted by the University of Michigan.

President Trump highlighted the various increased costs that Americans have dealt with over the last three years in a series of Truth Social posts, including the price of rent, airfare, groceries, and gasoline.

The 45th president and the Republican National Committee (RNC) posted a side-by-side comparison that showed inflation percentages for several essential items during the Trump and Biden administrations.

Trump also posted a video of Americans describing how much worse off they have been financially since Biden took office. He captioned the post with, “ARE YOU BETTER OFF THAN YOU WERE FOUR YEARS AGO?”

Trump’s campaign page on X, formerly Twitter, shared a Fox Business headline that read, “Inflation accelerates more than expected in March as high prices persist.”

Just one day after attending the White House State Dinner, Dimon issued a warning about “a number of significant uncertain forces” while announcing first-quarter earnings. He said that “persistent inflationary pressures,” as well as terrible wars and violence,” were the primary factors that have created uncertainty about the economy.

President Trump has highlighted how his administration would reduce inflation in a series of Agenda 47 videos on his website.

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