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Trump accuses Biden of plagiarizing his economic proposals

1 month ago   |   By Politico

President Donald Trump on Friday accused former Vice President Joe Biden of plagiarizing his economic policies, a day after the presumptive Democratic nominee unveiled a plan to promote American manufacturing and goods.
But despite some similarities in messaging between Biden's “Buy American” and Trump's “America First” rhetoric, the two candidates' policy plans significantly diverge.
“He plagiarized from me, but he could never pull it off,” Trump told reporters at the White House when asked about Biden's plan for the economy. “He likes plagiarizing. It's a plan that is very radical left...
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