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Does Reagan's famous question benefit Republicans?

Does Reagan's famous question benefit Republicans?

“Are you in better shape than you were four years ago?” » In 1980, Republican candidate Ronald Reagan achieved the goal In addressing this question to American voters towards the end of his presidential campaign against Democratic President Jimmy Carter. Forty-four years later, Donald Trump and his allies are exploiting this in their messages, relying in particular on the dissatisfaction of the majority of voters regarding Joe Biden’s economic management and the reduction of their ability to vote.

“Under the Trump administration, you were better off, your families were better off, your neighbors were better off, your communities were better off, and our country was much, much better off; “That's for sure,” the former president said at a recent rally. He added: “America was stronger, more flexible, richer, safer and more confident. »

The Biden camp raised the same question, and clearly gave a different answer. Speaking of Donald Trump, a few days ago he asked the famous question at one of his campaign rallies: “Are you better today than you were four years ago?” “Donald, I'm glad you asked that question, because I hope everyone in the country takes the time to think about what it was like in March 2020,” Biden told donors this week. He added, recalling the country's lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. And the management of this health crisis By his predecessor who particularly proposed combating the disease by injecting candida.

His campaign team delivered the message Thursday with a new ad:

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