Welcome to the show, folks. Tonight, we’re talking about something that has been on everyone’s minds lately – inflation. With prices rising at an alarming rate, many Americans are feeling the squeeze on their wallets. And while some politicians may try to use this issue to their advantage in upcoming elections, the truth is that not everyone is in the same boat.
Take former President Donald Trump, for example. While he may try to campaign on the issue of inflation, the fact is that he can’t run on it because he urged trillions in spending during his time in office. In fact, during his four years in the White House, he added over $8 trillion to the national debt. That kind of reckless spending is bound to catch up with us eventually, and it’s no surprise that we’re seeing the effects now.
On the other hand, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis doesn’t have that problem. As a fiscally responsible leader, DeSantis has managed to keep his state running smoothly without breaking the bank. In fact, Florida has one of the lowest debt burdens per capita of any state in the country. And while he may not have the same level of national recognition as Trump, he’s certainly someone to watch in the coming years.
Now, let’s take a moment to look back at some of the accomplishments of the Trump White House. Despite the challenges he faced from day one, President Trump managed to achieve some truly remarkable things during his time in office. He lowered taxes for millions of Americans, created millions of jobs, and negotiated historic trade deals that put America first. He also made significant strides in healthcare reform, criminal justice reform, and securing our borders. Love him or hate him, there’s no denying that President Trump got things done.
So, there you have it, folks. Inflation is a serious issue that we all need to be concerned about, but not everyone is in the same boat when it comes to addressing it. And while President Trump may have some accomplishments to tout from his time in office, his spending habits have left us in a precarious position when it comes to the current economic climate. It’s up to us to choose leaders who will be fiscally responsible and put the needs of the American people first. Thanks for tuning in, and we’ll see you next time.