White House Drags House Republican Opposed to Student Debt Relief After He Had $1 Million in PPP Loans Forgiven

US President Joe Biden attends a press conference after a trilateral meeting with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Point Loma naval base in San Diego, US, Monday March 13, 2023, as part of Aukus, a trilateral security pact between Australia, the UK, and the US.

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The White Home roasted automobile salesman and Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) for grousing about President Joe Biden’s efforts to offer pupil debt reduction, even after the lawmaker had $1 million in authorities loans forgiven.

On Thursday, Kelly took to X/Twitter to object to Biden’s cancelation of $9 billion in pupil mortgage debt for 125,000 debtors.

“No pupil mortgage is forgiven,” Kelly tweeted. “The debt is simply transferred onto the backs of the American taxpayers.”

The tweet caught the eye of the White Home X/Twitter account.

“Congressional Republican math is complaining about pupil debt reduction whereas having $987,237 of your personal PPP loans forgiven,” the White Home wrote.

Imagine it or not, it was the second time the White Home dragged Kelly over his place on pupil debt forgiveness. In August 2022, he fired off an identical tweet.

“Asking plumbers and carpenters to repay the loans of Wall Avenue advisors and attorneys isn’t simply unfair,” Kelly mentioned. “It’s additionally unhealthy coverage.”

The White Home had a terser response on the time.

“Congressman Mike Kelly had $987,237 in PPP loans forgiven,” the account wrote.

Biden has taken a number of govt actions on pupil debt after the Supreme Courtroom struck down his plan that may have forgiven as much as $20,000 in debt for eligible debtors.

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