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Cotton hits Biden for ‘trying to gloss over all of his failures’ at State of the Union

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) took a swing at President Biden for “trying to gloss over all of his failures” in his State of the Union address in an interview that aired Sunday.

“Joe Biden is trying to gloss over all of his failures… making American families spend more on everything from food, to gas, to rent and mortgage payments,” Cotton said in an interview with host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC 770 AM.

Listening to Biden’s SOTU, you would think that “everything is peachy keen in America,” he added.

Biden gave a fiery and energetic State of the Union address Thursday night. House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.), who sat behind Biden during his speech, also voiced his disapproval for the speech.

“People are saying that I made funny facial expressions. I tried to keep a poker face, but it was very difficult. I disagreed so vehemently with so much of what he said, and I think the people back home did as well,” Johnson told reporters after the speech.

“There’s a lot of memes, I guess, going around tonight about my facial expressions. I did not like the speech, I don’t think the American people liked it, and there wasn’t much I could do about that. I guess I didn’t hide that very well,” Johnson told Fox News’s Sean Hannity.

Biden also went after likely GOP presidential nominee former President Trump multiple times during his speech, a few days after Trump’s last major rival in the GOP presidential primary race, former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley, dropped out. 

“[W]e need to make sure that we all get out… vote in November and elect not just Donald Trump to the White House, but elect a Republican Senate and a Republican House,” Cotton said in the interview with Catsimatidis.

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