The White House’s newest economic catchphrase to blunt the force of a potential recession in 2023 is to tell the American people that it is not “inevitable.”
“A recession is not inevitable,” Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on CNN’s State of the Union.
“The president really wants to have a steady and stable recovery,” she added.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on ABC News’s This Week that she does not “think a recession is at all inevitable,” but acknowledged “inflation is unacceptably high.”
“It’s President Biden’s top priority to bring it down,”