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Biden Shreds Trump On Labor Day As A ‘Developer’ Who ‘Didn’t Build A Damn Thing’

Speaking on Labor Day to Sheet Metal Workers’ Local 19 in his home state of Pennsylvania, President Joe Biden made it clear that he intends to let the American people know he’s on the side of the working men and women of this country while his likely 2024 Republican opponent, failed former president Donald Trump, is little more than a man who makes money off the labor and sweat of others.

Referring to Trump as “the last guy,” HuffPost reports, Biden told the union members:

“Guess what? The great real estate builder, the last guy, he didn’t build a damn thing. Under my predecessor, infrastructure week became a punchline. On my watch, infrastructure has been a decade, and it’s a headline.”

Biden, on the other hand, signed a $1 trillion infrastructure bill that will fund nationwide infrastructure projects for decades to come.

The president has chided Trump before on the subject of infrastructure, remarking in April of 2021:

“How many times have we heard, ‘This is Infrastructure Week,’ over the last four years? About every second week is ‘Infrastructure Week,’ but no infrastructure was built.”

Biden also took an opportunity on Labor Day to hit Trump on the issue of job creation.

“The guy who held this job before me was just one of two presidents in history … who left office with fewer jobs in America than when he got elected to office. By the way, you know who the other one was? Herbert Hoover. Isn’t that kind of coincidental?”

“All I hear from my friends on the other side is what they say is wrong with America,” Biden said. “They keep telling us America’s failing. They’re wrong. I’ve got news for them: America has the strongest economy in the world right now, today.”