Biden’s ‘Ultra-Maga’ campaign backfiring

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Critics have slammed President Joe Biden’s use of the phrase “ultra MAGA” in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the landmark abortion rights ruling Roe v. Wade.

Some on social media argued that Biden’s use of the attack line was a form of bad messaging and that the president should instead refer to the Republican Party in his criticism of policies he opposes.

Biden has been saying “ultra MAGA” since May, in what appears to be a new messaging strategy ahead of the midterm elections. MAGA—Make America Great Again—is a popular slogan among supporters of former President Donald Trump.

On Wednesday, Biden’s official Twitter account used the term in a tweet that referenced the recent Supreme Court decision: “Folks, let’s get one thing straight: The ultra-MAGA agenda has always been about taking away women’s rights, in every single state.”



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