President Trump returned to a favorite campaign motive at his rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Thursday night, mocking the Democrats' Green New Deal as "an extreme, $ 100 trillion government takeover" of the economy.
"I" I would rather not talk about it tonight, Trump told his audience, "I do not want to talk them out too soon, because I love to fight the Green New Deal, I want them to Make a large part of their platform. "
By Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., Challenged Plan urges the US to shift from fossil fuels such as oil and coal, replacing them with renewable energy sources such as wind and solar, and calling for greenhouse gas emissions linked to climate change to be virtually eliminated by 2030. The opponents of the plan have stated briefly background material published on the website of Ocasio-Cortez, which included a promise that the proposal for those who "do not want to work", a guaranteed economic security and a line with the words "We have We have set ourselves the goal of coming to zero "Zero emissions, in 1
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" No more planes, no more cows, "says Trump id." One car per family. .. You know, I do not think one car per family in Michigan plays too well. Do you agree? Not so good.
"And of course it has to be an electric car," the President went on as the crowd mocked the Green New Deal. "Even if it only works, what? 160 miles? What are you doing? It's 160 miles. Darling, where can I get a fee? Where can I get a fee?"
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Trump's jabs came days after 42 Democrats and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Had voted "Presence" for a noncommittal resolution who had started a debate over the Green New Deal. Not a single senator voted to break the filibuster, while 57 senators – including three Democrats and Sen. Angus King, I-Maine – voted "no." In addition to Sanders, five Democratic presidential candidates who previously supported the Green New Deal chose the "gift": "Kamala Harris of California, Cory Booker of New Jersey, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York." 19659003] Democrats called the poll, staged by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., "Sham vote" to avoid real debate about the effects of climate change.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.