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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds Delivers Gop Response To Biden’s SOTU Address: ‘Enough Is Enough’

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Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) took to the airwaves Tuesday night to offer a blistering response to President Biden’s State of the Union address – calling him out on a number of issues which have created economic hardships for Americans, including rising inflation, a surge in crime across American cities, his response to COVID-19, and ongoing international crises.

“Instead of moving America forward, it feels like President Biden and his party have sent us back in time to the late ‘70s and early ‘80s.” Reynolds said.

“When runaway inflation was hammering families, a violent crime wave was crashing on our cities, and the Soviet army was trying to redraw the world map.”

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“Even before taking the oath of office, the President told us that he wanted to ‘make America respected around the world again and to unite us here at home,’” Reynolds continued. “He’s failed on both fronts.”

Reynolds – who has pushed back against the Biden administration on a variety of issues, notably COVID-19 mandates – said the president’s “disastrous” withdrawal from Afghanistan “did more than cost American lives” as it “betrayed our allies and emboldened our enemies.”

Reynolds, noting Biden’s “too little, too late” approach to foreign policy, discussed the ongoing turmoil in Europe, calling Russia’s “full-scale” invasion into Ukraine “an attack on democracy, freedom, and the rule of law.”

“Now all Americans must stand united in solidarity with the brave people of Ukraine as they courageously defend their country against Putin’s tyranny,” Reynolds said, noting the importance of America’s “military readiness.” (Read more)

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