Cassidy accused Biden of failing to live up to his promise to defend Social Security, pointing out that the economy is at risk due to inflation and collapsing retirement accounts.
Conservative Brief reports, in a heated debate over President Joe Biden’s stance on Social Security, Louisiana GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy tore into CNN anchor Kaitlan Collins on Thursday.
In an interview with CNN This Morning, the Republican senator hit back at Collins, criticizing Biden’s unwillingness to work with Republicans to save Social Security. As Collins attempted to defend the president, the Republican senator scoffed and told her she was “better than that.”
This heated exchange follows Kaitlin Collins’ argument with Don Lemon.
Conservative brief writes. After making some sexist remarks about GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley recently, CNN morning co-host Don Lemon apparently survived calls to fire him. After undergoing “formal training” for sexism, he will join fellow co-hosts Poppy Harlow and Kaitlin Collins on The First TV.
CNN CEO Chris Licht stated in a letter “ I sat down with Don and had a frank and meaningful conversation. He has agreed to participate in formal training, as well as continue to listen and learn. We take this situation very seriously. It is important to me that CNN balances accountability with fostering a culture in which people can own, learn and grow from their mistakes. To that end, Don will return to CNN This Morning on Wednesday,”
What triggered this event was, Lemon attacked Haley for supporting “mandatory mental competency tests” for politicians who are 75 years or older, suggesting that she was no longer in her prime. He referenced the search engine “Google” to support his argument that Haley, 51, will have a hard time winning the presidential election, since women are considered to be in their prime during their “20s, 30s, and 40s.”.”
Senator Bill Cassidy took CNN anchor Kaitlan Collins to task on Thursday, arguing that President Biden has failed to live up to his promise of protecting Social Security. The economy is “at risk” due to inflation and collapsing retirement accounts, said the Republican senator. When Collins tried to offer words of defense for the president, Cassidy exclaimed, “You’re better than that!” The fiery exchange reminds us all of the importance of developing a plan that does not put economy and Social Security at risk; it also illustrates how both sides are doing their best to protect vulnerable citizens from an uncertain future.