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Pam Bondi Details Steps President Trump Reportedly Takes To Address Formula Shortages

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Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said the CEOs of the four companies that make the majority of infant formula in the country would have been seated in the Oval Office during Friday’s “Hannity” show.

PAM BONDI: I think they said it, the news is what drives them. They are reactive. And, you know, as a member of the America First Policy Institute, we advance policies that put America first. Most of our presidents were all people who came out of the Trump White House. And I can definitely tell you what Donald Trump would have done. These CEOs of these four companies, the four companies that manufacture the majority of infant formula in our country. They would have been sitting in the Oval Office with the CEO of our country, Donald Trump, and they would have come up with a solution. Donald Trump allegedly invoked the Defense Protection Act. He would have a contact person designated immediately to ensure that this crisis was resolved. And it’s a crisis. And it would have put the FDA on warp speed, as we’ve seen it do in the past. And if someone didn’t help solve this problem, they would be fired. That’s what President Trump would have done. And we wouldn’t have faced the responsiveness that we’re seeing now from this White House and it’s just a shame that our country has come to this.


And that’s not the only thing Tammy. Look what they’re doing with immigration. Look at the crisis on our border. Watch gas prices through the roof. Look at everything. Look at Ukraine. What is happening in Ukraine right now. They saw it coming, but they did nothing. Afghanistan was a total debacle. And hundreds of lives were lost and they did nothing. They put America last instead of America first.


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