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President Biden Addresses NABTU

President Biden, largely considered the most pro-union U.S. president in decades, took aim at Amazon and former "defeated" President Trump in a speech to the North America's Building Trades Unions (NABTU) Legislative Conference. Biden commended the New York workers at an Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) warehouse in Staten Island for having voted to form a union by saying: “And by the way, by the way, Amazon here we come. Watch. Watch.” And yet the media will somehow spin it to make Joe Biden seem like he doesn't care about workers while Republicans do anything and everything to ensure they will raise their taxes if they take back power this November.

However, the most memorable moment in President Biden's speech to the pro-union org was when he mockingly called out trump for the $2 trillion tax cut that did very little for working Americans in the long run .

"The two trillion dollar tax cut the last guy...what was his name...anyway, the last guy; I forgot, he never showed up at the inauguration," quipped the president.


@scottdworkin President Biden just slammed Trump hard—amazing. 😎🥳😂 #biden #joebiden #potus #presidentbiden ♬ original sound - Scott Dworkin

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