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Navarro slams Biden as siding with credit card companies over consumers with 2005 bankruptcy bill
Peter Navarro: Americans will always choose a tough guy in the White House over a nice guy
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro joins Maria Bartiromo with insight on ‘Sunday Morning Futures.’
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro slammed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as an ally of credit card companies over average Americans on Sunday.
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Navarro criticized Biden's support for the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), which critics say made it much harder for Americans to get out of debt.
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"He likes to say he's the guy, the kid from Scranton, but he spent all of his years in Delaware, right? What is Delaware?" Navarro said on "Sunday Morning Futures. "It's basically a post office drop for the big multinational corporations that send our jobs offshore, but more importantly, it's the credit card capital of America, right? Joe Biden got his start with lobbying money from the credit card companies."