When it was announced that former Vice-President Joe Biden was considering running for the presidency in 2020, the skeptics and neigh sayers came out in droves.
Basement Joe who has been accused of racism and sexual assault throughout his over 3 decades on Capitol Hill, though a tainted individual, according to polls at the time represented the Democrat’s best chance of defeating President Donald J. Trump.
They were right, and in a highly disputed election, Biden won.
Before Joe was sworn in, former President Obama said he would have been open to a third term but only if a proxy was put in place.
Obama Shared How He Could Get A Third Term, Biden Became The Proxy.
“They consult and talk about a range of issues and I would expect that continues through the course of President Biden’s presidency,” Psaki said. “That can be done over the phone it turns out, and I think if President Obama had been here, you would all know.”
Psaki said she expects the pair will continue to consult throughout Biden’s presidency
Following 17 months of what I like to call the Obiden administration, President Joe Biden is reportedly blaming his staff for 40-year-high inflation, the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
According to Bloomberg, Bidenflation will cost American households on average an extra $5,200 in 2022, or $433 per month Biden has reportedly become unhappy rising prices are hurting his political position.
Instead of taking responsibility for the price hikes, Biden has reportedly shifted the blame to aides for not confronting the spike in costs partly generated by his own fiscal and energy policies.
“Biden has privately grumbled to top White House officials over the administration’s handling of inflation, expressing frustration over the past several months that aides were not doing enough to confront the problem directly,” the Post reported.
This week, instead of changing direction on fiscal and energy policies, the White House decided to mount a PR campaign shifting the inflation disaster from himself, to the Democrat Party.
For example, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday directly “admitted” during an interview that she and the president had failed to accurately assess that inflation would clime to a 40-year-high. The White House claimed in 2021 that inflation was “transitory.”
“Well, look, I think I was wrong then about the path that inflation would take. As I mentioned, there have been unanticipated and large shocks to the economy that have boosted energy and food prices and supply bottlenecks that have affected our economy badly that I didn’t — at the time didn’t fully understand,” Yellen acknowledged. “But we recognize that now.”
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