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January 1, Trump’s Bold Promise to Safeguard Social Security And Medicare



In an exclusive interview on Wednesday evening, former President Donald Trump made a firm commitment to the American people. When questioned about the possibility of reducing government waste, Trump was unequivocal in his stance on Social Security and Medicare.

“I will never do anything that will jeopardize or hurt Social Security or Medicare,” Trump stated. “We’ll have to do it elsewhere. But we’re not going to do anything to hurt them.”

This statement comes in response to recent attacks from Democrat President Joe Biden, who has been manipulating Trump’s words to suggest that the former president supports cutting these vital retirement programs.

However, Trump’s commitment to preserving Social Security and Medicare was made clear during his interview at Mar-a-Lago.

“There’s so many things we can do,” Trump said. “There’s so much cutting and so much waste in so many other areas, but I’ll never do anything to hurt Social Security.”

In a recent interview, Trump had been asked about entitlement reforms. He expressed his support for reducing waste and fraud, but also made it clear that he opposes cuts to Social Security and Medicare.

“So, first of all, there is a lot you can do in terms of entitlements, in terms of cutting,” Trump stated. “And in terms of also the theft and the bad management of entitlements – tremendous bad management of entitlements – there’s tremendous amounts of things and numbers of things you can do.”

Trump went on to criticize Democrat and Biden policies, stating that they “end up weakening Social Security because the country is weak. I mean, take a look at outside of the stock market … We’re going through hell. People are going through hell.”

Despite Trump’s clear stance, Biden has continued to manipulate his words, falsely claiming that Trump supports cutting Social Security and Medicare.

Biden’s campaign tweeted a misleading clip, cutting off part of Trump’s quote and falsely claiming that Trump said there “is a lot you can do in terms of cutting Social Security and Medicare.” Trump never made such a statement, but the Biden campaign continued to push this false narrative.

Biden himself even tweeted: “Not on my watch.” He then launched further false attacks on Trump, claiming that “many of my Republican friends want to put Social Security and Medicare back on the chopping block again.”

However, Trump’s commitment to Social Security and Medicare has been consistent throughout his political career.

“We’re not cutting Social Security,” Trump said in December 2022, during his first interview after launching his third campaign for the White House. “It’s very simple. It’s a simple answer. We’re not cutting Social Security.”

Trump’s unwavering stance on protecting Social Security and Medicare is one of the reasons he has often clashed with establishment Republicans such as former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who was a major proponent of cutting these programs during his time in Congress.

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  1. DMH

    March 20, 2024 at 9:27 pm

    Trump’s pledge to “preserve” Social Security and Medicare is not worth a tinker’s dam, IMHO.

  2. Jim

    March 20, 2024 at 9:39 pm

    Somebody should proof-read your AI bot’s headers………

  3. Adventure Learning

    March 20, 2024 at 11:59 pm


  4. J

    March 22, 2024 at 9:51 pm

    Get rid of the Dept of Education. It does nothing as local school are just that local. The only thing it is good for is forcing teachers to teach about transitioning.

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