Kennedy says Job was the plan to pay off student debt

The Biden administration announced a plan to forgive massive amounts of federal student loan debt, but Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana pointed out that “we already had a plan to pay off student debt. It’s called a job. And it worked just fine.”

during one Looks last week about “Hannity,” lawmakers also said that “President Biden is inflation’s best friend” and that “[i]Inflation loves President Biden like the devil loves sin.”

That of the Biden administration to plan would grant $10,000 in federal student loan termination to individuals earning less than $125,000 a year — married couples and heads of household would need to earn less than $250,000 a year to qualify. People who receive Pell Grants and earn less than the income limit could make a whopping $20,000 in student loan cancellations.

A group of 22 GOP governors united in a letter urging the president to drop the student loan cancellation proposal.

“At a time when inflation is sky-high due to your unprecedented tax and spending agenda, your plan will encourage more student credit, encourage higher tuition, and drive inflation even higher, negatively affecting every American.” Letter denied. “Rather than address rising tuition fees for higher education or work towards lower student loan rates, your plan is bogging down and making today’s problems worse for tomorrow’s students.”

Americans have been plagued by rising inflation. According to the consumer price index report published last week: “The all-items index rose 8.3 percent in the 12 months to August, a lower figure than the 8.5 percent increase for the period to July.”

“Your aunt’s Facebook page has more credibility with the American people than President Biden when it comes to the economy,” Kennedy said, adding that he believes “voters will go medieval about him.”

The witty legislator is constantly for another term during the 2022 election campaign. Kennedy says Job was the plan to pay off student debt

Laura Coffey

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