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House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan accused President Barack Obama of capitalizing on voter “fear, envy and anger” in his rhetoric.
“I think he’s preying on the emotions of fear, envy and anger,” the Wisconsin Republican said today on NBC’s “Meet The Press.” “And that is not constructive to unifying America. I think he’s broken his promise as a uniter, and now he’s dividing people. And to me, that’s very unproductive. That’s not who we are in America.”
Republicans have criticized the president’s push to raise taxes for upper income earners, labeling it “class warfare.” Ryan echoed that message today.
“I think this divisive rhetoric is fairly — is divisive,” he said. “I think it’s troubling. Sowing class envy and social unrest is not what we do in America.”