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Trump Vows To Replace ‘Bidenomics’ With ‘MAGAnomics’

Anastasia Boushee
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At a campaign rally on Wednesday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, former president and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump vowed to put an end to President Joe Biden’s disastrous “Bidenomics” and replace it with “MAGAnomics” when he wins reelection.

During the rally, Trump declared that “Bidenomics is flat-out economic warfare on American families.”

He then argued that a victory for Biden in November means that “the middle class loses,” while a Trump victory means that “the middle class wins, people of low income will start their journey toward the American Dream, Wisconsin Wins, and America wins.”


“On day one of my new administration, we are going to throw out Bidenomics, and we’re going to replace it with MAGAnomics,” Trump vowed.

He went on to give a short explanation of the policy changes he plans to make if he is reelected in November.

“Upon taking office, I will impose an immediate moratorium on all new spending, grants and giveaways under Joe Biden’s mammoth socialist bills like the so-called Inflation Reduction Act,” Trump said.

“We are going to stop the Biden spending spree,” he added, prompting cheers from the crowd. “We are going to halt his inflation death spiral. We are going to terminate his Green New Scam…. We are going to end his war on American energy — we are going to drill, baby, drill.”

Meanwhile, the Democrats have already tried to put an end to the use of Biden’s catchphrase, “Bidenomics,” because of failed messaging — as many Americans have begun associating the phrase with the various economic hardships they are facing. Biden, his campaign, Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media initially adopted the term “Bidenomics” to try to tout the supposed successes of the president’s economic policies. However, data showed a significant rise in prices across the country, and Americans began experiencing a rising cost of living — thus, every time they heard the left use the term “Bidenomics” in reference to the economy, the American people began associating it with those negative experiences.

Republicans also helped to redefine the term to the American people, as a March report from Axios showed that in March alone, Republicans used “Bidenomics” almost 500 times to describe the failing economy. Meanwhile, Biden reportedly only used the slogan three times thus far in 2024, compared to over 100 times in 2023.

Sharing the clip of Trump’s Wisconsin rally, the official RNCResearch account on X explained that the average family in Wisconsin has lost roughly $21,981 thanks to the increased cost of living caused by Biden’s failed economic policies.

Several polls have shown that the economy is the number one issue in 2024, though many other polls have identified illegal immigration as the top issue. Roughly half of voters in the swing states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan have stated that the economy has worsened under Biden’s leadership, according to a CBS News poll released on Sunday.