After his speech before the joint session of Congress on Wednesday, he had nothing but good things to say, “You know, I think this is going to be a popular speech with the American people. They offered a lot of goods. They will buy a lot of things from millions of jobs, from four trillion dollars to childcare to social health centers, all kinds of goods, to community colleges. “You don’t have to pay for it,” he said. “Large corporations are paying for it.” People earning more than $ 400,000 are paying the price, but not the majority of people watching tonight. “
Wallace added that “offering a lot of things” and telling middle-class Americans that their taxes will not be increased to pay their taxes is “very popular.”
Wallace also shared, “I think they’ve done a calculation that, after COVID, people have a different sense of government. And now they feel more confident and more in need of government. And so, where it may turn out to be a lot of people, and probably still will, they believe that the majority of people are going to say: The government is here and they are here to help you. “
Moments later, however, a Fox News partner completely disagreed with Wallace, saying that, like the last time he was broadcast at the same time as Biden’s speech, Wallace also spoke to Biden. Praised, it was not “powerful” or “coming together.”
“The last time I talked to Chris Wallace about Biden’s speech, he eloquently highlighted how powerful and cohesive it was. I don’t think it’s entirely correct. I think Dominic said, “Republicans have come up with a whole lot of lies.” “It’s not something that really led to a bilateral relationship.” I expect the same result from this speech. It is going to be a political blur, it will be forgotten immediately, it will not change any direction in Washington, which is now a moro difference. That is the case with Biden. “
As for the senior Fox News political analyst, he decided to keep things simple, even as he joked, “as he told me,” I counted 45 of them. Was covered In the same way I felt about all of them. The best thing about it is that it’s over.
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