Russ Vought, who is the United States President Donald Trump’s budget director, hit back at President-elect Joe Biden’s team for spreading fallacy.
Russ Vought is unhappy with the way Biden’s side said that the current setup is not helping the coming leader of the nation to get most things in a smooth manner.
Two statements suggesting different picture
Joe Biden and his team members want to get the best transition for helping the US in a better manner for the next four years.
“In this moment of unprecedented crisis, when millions of American families are enduring terrible economic hardship, it is indefensible to hamstring the United States government’s ability to prepare a budget and efficiently deliver help to those who need it most, particularly out of explicit, declared partisanship,” Bates said in a statement.
However, Russ Vought made it clear that Trump’s leadership has done a great job despite facing many challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As the record shows, OMB has fully participated in appropriate transition efforts. What we have not done and will not do is use current OMB staff to write the (Biden Transition Team’s) legislative policy proposals to dismantle this Administration’s work. OMB staff are working on this Administration’s policies and will do so until this Administration’s final day in office,” Vought said.
Biden’s army thinks Trump’s plans will lead the nation to bankruptcy as they are not cooperating in the soundest way. Last year, the US citizens ended Donald Trump’s time as the leader of the most powerful nation in the whole world.
They put their faith in Biden, who had worked with former President Barack Obama very closely.
The decision shocked Trump as he was thinking to lead his country for the next four years. During the ongoing global pandemic, many nations want the US to show a light at the end of the tunnel.