Transcript for Bill Clinton: Proposed GOP Budget Cuts 'Chilling,' 'Spiteful'
If -- the president. I wouldn't negotiate over. These draconian cuts. They're gonna take food off the table of low income working people while they leave all the agricultural subsidies in for. High income farmers and everything else I just think it's it's chilling. To me. It. The entitlement spending is going down as unemployment rate drops in the economy growth -- -- half of the deficits already disappeared. The rest of the world this is just. Who who it -- it seems almost. Spike but doesn't all come on -- if there isn't a fault. And all -- he -- not -- -- betting on the other side simply can't hit hard this is the house Republicans in the Tea Party people thing. We don't want to negotiate with the Democrats we want to dictate. Over the senate. Over the house Democrats. Over the speaker of the house of our own party and over the president we insist. On dictating the course and -- just have to stand up to that I think no matter what the consequence because -- --
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