Trump VP Hopeful Doubles Down On Biden ‘Dictatorship’ Accusations

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Gov. Doug Burgum (R-N.D.) dug in his heels whereas repeating claims that People live beneath a “dictatorship” with President Joe Biden.

Throughout an look on “State of the Union” Sunday, CNN’s Kaitlan Collins pressed the governor to elucidate why he thinks his political disagreements with Biden make the Democratic president a despot.

“I understand you don’t like President Biden’s policies on immigration or student loans,” Collins instructed Burgum, a contender for Donald Trump’s 2024 vice presidential spot. “But, respectfully, you’re calling the democratically elected president a dictator.”

Citing Biden’s use of govt orders, Burgum mentioned, “I just think that there’s again a double standard here. He is bypassing the other two branches of government to push an ideological view of — whether it’s on economics or whether it’s on climate extremism — he’s doing that without using the other branches.”

Collins pushed again, telling the governor, “I don’t think anyone expects the Republican governor to agree with President Biden on that. But it’s not a dictatorship.”

Burgum seems on Fox Business Community on June 13, 2024. He tried to elucidate why he is repeatedly known as President Joe Biden a dictator throughout a Sunday look on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Steven Ferdman by way of Getty Photos

“Well, I think again, part of where this word has come from has been a nonstop media attack on President Trump saying that he might use executive orders when he takes office,” Burgum replied.

By some means managing to muddle his message, Burgum went on to say Biden must be utilizing govt powers to strengthen safety on the southern U.S. border.

In response, Collins reminded the governor that Trump signed 220 govt orders throughout his tenure in workplace, excess of the 139 Biden has enacted “in the same timespan.”

Throughout his “State of the Union” look, Burgum additionally conveniently ignored Trump’s personal remarks about flirting with a dictatorship if reelected.

Final December, the presumptive 2024 Republican presidential nominee vowed to not abuse his presidential powers if appointed, “Except for day one.”

Watch Burgum and Collins’ trade right here:

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