Biden’s $5.8T plan a ‘divorce from reality’: Budget watchdog
Biden’s $5.8T plan ‘divorce from reality’: Watchdog
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget President Maya MacGuineas argues that Biden’s budget proposal isn’t a ‘real plan’ to achieve deficit reduction.
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget President Maya MacGuineas argued on "Mornings with Maria," Tuesday that Biden’s $5.8 trillion budget proposal is a "divorce from reality" and isn’t a "real plan" to achieve deficit reduction.
BIDEN PITCHES LARGEST TAX HIKE IN HISTORY AS PART OF $5.8T BUDGET REQUEST
MAYA MACGUINEAS: All of [Biden’s] economic assumptions are massively outdated, meaning they don't reflect the high levels of inflation. The budget was already seven weeks late. I don't know why they didn't update the economic numbers, but that already means it's built on a foundation that's not realistic. Beyond that, when it comes to his main agenda, Build Back Better, that they're still trying to figure out, it's not included in the budget.