Biden, not Congress, gets brunt of economic blame

Biden, not Congress, gets brunt of economic blame


The prospect of new legislative victories may not be enough to overcome the heat the White House is facing as voters level the brunt of their economic dissatisfaction on President Joe Biden in the lead-up to the November elections.

Emerging from coronavirus isolation this week, Biden cheered the Senate’s passage of a $280 billion legislation to boost the production of semiconductors in the United States, a top priority for his administration, and was greeted by a surprise reconciliation bill to address climate change, healthcare costs, and deficit reduction. The Biden administration argues that the new reconciliation bill will help fight inflation.

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But a gloomy economic report Thursday that

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