Biden’s proposal to restrict consumers’ choices by banning gas-powered cars and appliances is criticized by Trump, who claims that people should have a choice.
This latest move, which forms part of Biden’s green energy policies and crusade against American energy, has many Americans and President Trump concerned.
The Biden administration had earlier in the year suggested increased efficiency criteria for home equipment like washing machines and dishwashers. Reducing emissions was the intended goal, but doing so made water usage more problematic.
The America the Beautiful initiative was developed by the Department of the Interior and the Biden administration with the goal of restoring and conserving 30% of water by 2030.
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Trump pointed out the irony of these policies to Fox Business host Larry Kudlow. The Washington Examiner reported what President Trump said in the short clip, “I mean, the dishwashers, they were telling me you have to run it five times because it hasn’t got enough water. So what they do, on on on, they end up using more water.”
In addition to advocating for the adoption of electric vehicles, the Biden administration has also introduced new appliance efficiency regulations.
Electrical vehicle prices are more expensive, and with inflation at an all-time high under the Biden administration, President Trump feels limiting consumer choice is a bad move.
President Trump also said, “You’ve got to have choice, like in school, we want school choice. We want choice for buying cars and washing machines and all of this stuff.”
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President Trump has assured Americans that once he is president again, he will reverse some of Biden’s “green” policies. He told Kudlow, “We have a lot of common sense. And the problem is that they don’t have common sense. They don’t know what they’re doing. And they’re destroying our country. We’ll turn it around fast.”
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Although he continues to battle fake trials and persecution, President Trump is currently leading GOP polls with 60 percent of primary voters backing him.