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Trump Criticizes US Supply Chain, Calls for Improvement




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Former President Donald Trump voiced his concerns about the state of the United States’ supply chain in a recent interview with Real America’s Voice, a network known for its support of Trump, Your Content has learned.

During the interview, he compared the country to a ‘third world country,’ citing issues in grocery, jewelry, and hardware stores where items were frequently unavailable.

Trump expressed his belief that if he were still in office, Americans would not be grappling with supply chain problems.

He criticized the current administration, stating that “the system is totally broken” under President Biden’s leadership.

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These remarks from Trump follow President Biden’s unveiling of a budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year.

The proposal includes significant funding aimed at addressing supply chain issues, which have been exacerbated by successive waves of COVID-19 infections.

The disruptions caused by the pandemic have impacted various sectors, ranging from gas and semiconductors to food.

Additionally, during the interview, Trump made a controversial statement, urging Russian President Vladimir Putin to uncover potentially damaging information about Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, according to The Daily Mail.

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