Guilfoyle to Newsmax TV: Biden's Economic Plan Means 'Going Backward'
Presumptive Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden, who rolled out his economic plan on Thursday, and Trump campaign senior adviser Kimberly Guilfoyle. (AP
In an interview on Newsmax TV's "Greg Kelly Reports," Guilfoyle, chair of the Trump Victory finance committee, said the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee has a history of "failed policies." "We don't have time for another 50 years of mistakes by Joe Biden," she said, adding he's "totally out of touch and he's been wrong on every issue." [Full Story]
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