Ex-UK PM Says Biden Damaging American Economy, Hopes For Republican President In 2024

Daily Report September 11,2023

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss accused President Joe Biden of damaging the American economy with his spending policy and high taxes.

Truss made the comment during a promotion of her book “Ten Years To Save The West.” Truss, whose 52 days as prime minister is the shortest in the history of the country, added that Biden and other globalist forces will doom the Western World with their socialist agendas and their anti-capitalist environmental movement.

“There is no doubt in my mind that what Biden is doing is damaging the United States economy by pursuing huge subsidies, huge spending, raising taxes and now trying to impose this on the rest of the world through the OECD Minimum Tax Agreement,” Truss said. “It’s not good enough for Biden just to have a socialist economic policy in the U.S., he also wants to export that socialist economic policy to Europe and to the United Kingdom.”

The former British prime minister lamented the absence of conservative leaders among the world leaders, noting that she attended a G7 meeting where she was the only conservative leader in the room.

“I suppose I asked the question: Why is this the case? Why is it that despite having been a conservative MP for 13 years, despite conservative ideas having been proved right time and again, why is it that the left have been making the running?” Truss added. “You’ve got the global Left, which Biden is obviously a key part of, but also the global environmental movement, the Greta Thunbergs of this world, the anti-capitalist movement, and they have been very effective in pushing what is politically acceptable.”

Truss added that the world needs a “conservative movement revival” and that she would like to see a Republican win the 2024 presidential election. She, however, refused to reveal which of the current GOP aspirants she would like to see in the White House.

“We need to get a Republican back in the White House,” the former PM said. “I really fear for the future of the West. We have seen very slow growth for several decades and our culture is being questioned, even basic things like human biology.”

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