Jim Messina On President Biden’s American Families Plan | Craig Melvin | MSNBC 1

Jim Messina On President Biden’s American Families Plan | Craig Melvin | MSNBC


Jim Messina, former Obama White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss the details of President Biden’s American Families Plan and what it could mean for his approval rating.
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    1. @Dog Poo Fairy No I didn’t see any recent pictures, but if Trump, Clinton, Prince Andrew are guilty, they need to be punished.

    1. At least our tax money isn’t being spent filling up the rooms at Mar A Lago every other weekend anymore .

    2. @Jasmany Foch how’s it an ignorant comment ? He’s speaking the truth plus it’s better than spending tax money on Trumps golfing lmfao

  1. I hate Trump but the Democrats are spending WAY too much money!! Who’s going to pay for all this? Ridiculous

    1. @Linda Roundtree really they didn’t pay anything. please research things before you have an opinion. the rich pay 40% of all tax revenue while the bottom 50% of people payed a staggering 3% of all tax revenue

    2. @Linda Roundtree just wait till all the big business decide to do business elsewhere…there will be no big money taxes to tax and it will fall onto middle class who have no right off and deductions..it will criple our economy .

    3. @Whitney Mohrhauser six percent going to infrastructure..the rest is garbage.We need infrastructure but this small amount isn’t going to do it…

    1. @Teresa Ellis oh I see lol. I thought you were serious cos this is MSNBC territory, I expect the absurd.

  2. Who is going to pay for all this, you ask? The already dwindling middle class of course. I own apartment buildings and will raise the rent to pay for any new taxes. That way, I stay rich and pay nothing to the government. See how that works liberals?

    1. United States is the RICHEST COUNTRY in the world, and it has the biggest wealth gap. The United States led the world in growth of financial assets last year thanks to tax cuts and booming stock markets, but its distribution of wealth was more unequal than in any other countrty according to a study published Wednesday. Sent 23, 2020 

    2. @BidenHarris: MAD Magazine’s Person Of The Year
      That was then. This isn’t the 80s. Republicans have all guns. You sure you want a revolution? Ok boy.

    3. @Jasmany Foch I don’t want a revolution. I bet no one does. But the psychopaths who own this country seem to want one. Why else would they keep taking taking taking from the people and giving giving giving to the already rich? Something’s going to break someday

  3. America has too many enemies. Within & without. At some point you all are going to have to ask yourselves…
    “Is it us” ? “Is it the U.S. that’s causing strife” ?

    1. @keef davis It’s about 1/3 of America that is the cause of the worst problems. Doesn’t take many thugs and terrorists in one group to wreak havoc over the whole land.

  4. When dealing with 3 yr olds, throw out big numbers and they will agree on the number you really want after saying no to everything.

  5. I thought Jim Messina was a singer & songwriter. His Collaboration with Kenny Loggins on their Album Sittin’ In was amazing. LOL

    1. Imagine that…..two people with the SAME name in this country of 331 million people!!! What are the chances?

  6. I find it funny how women with children who don’t work. Can just loan their kids socials to other people and they get tax money

  7. Really? Why only help families, I’ve seen them waste their stimulus check on stupid stuff. Why leave out the single people? They need help too, they are struggle more, they have to do it on their own. They help they get isn’t enough. Families get enough help already.

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