CHRIS PLANTE (HOST): That was Biden. Now, he's peddling what they're calling Maganomics, you know, versus Bidenomics -- remember when interest rates were low and gas prices were low and the grocery store shelves were packed and groceries were much less expensive and people could buy cars, all those terrible old Maganomics days. And I love -- he's whipping out trickle-down. He's still using talking points from the 1980s. He doesn't give up. Now, he's attacking President Trump, of course, and Republicans in his economic speech now, because, remember the terrible old days when Trump was in the White House.
Now, the president's comments just ahead of a, you know, another looming government shutdown. I actually love Washington during a government shutdown. I think it's great. There's less traffic and it's a much nicer town during a government shutdown. And honestly, you know, the government shuts down every Saturday and Sunday and nobody panics. But this is all political theater. It has been for years and years. What happened to touting Bidenomics, though? Because, you know, if Joe Biden's financial plan is so great, then why isn't he just going with the positive message instead of this Maganomics, which sounds cooler, actually, than Bidenomics?