The White House said President Joe Biden’s latest efforts to tie Republican policies to former President Donald Trump and
his “ultra-MAGA” agenda are not in conflict with his pledge to work across the aisle.
Psaki pointed to Biden’s recent visit to Ohio as evidence of his work bridging partisan divides.
During a speech on deficit reduction, Biden charged that “this MAGA crowd is really
he is “not going to stand by and not call out what he sees as ultra-MAGA behavior.”