Unlike former President Donald J. Trump who spent most of his time working out of the Oval Office getting things done for America, Joe Biden on the other hand is at the White House around 4 days a week, then heads home to Delaware most weekends.
Biden took off last Thursday for his beach home for an extended weekend.
Here is Joe falling off his bike.
— 💕 Caroline💕🕊 (@Gigi_4Trump) June 19, 2022
On Monday, Joe who was still at the beach, not at work, was caught on video pushing back at a reporter on Monday who asked about a possible upcoming recession.
This occurred while Biden answered questions from media while walking on Rehoboth Beach in Delaware when a female journalist asked about some economists who have predicted such a downturn is looming.
“The majority of them aren’t saying that. Come on, don’t make things up, okay? Now you sound like a Republican politician. I’m joking. That was a joke, but all kidding aside, I don’t think it is,” Biden responded.
REPORTER: “Economists are saying a recession is more likely than ever.”
BIDEN: “C’mon, don’t make things up. Now you’re sounding like a Republican politician. I’m joking that is a joke.”
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) June 20, 2022
The exchange came after a Wall Street Journal survey of a group of economists reported on Sunday that the odds of the nation entering a recession in the next 12 months rank at 44%.
“Forecasters have raised recession probability due to a number of factors: higher borrowing costs, a blistering pace of inflation, supply-chain problems and commodity-price shocks stemming from the war in Ukraine,” the report stated.
“Mostly, however, they see dimming chances that a steeper path of rate increases by the Fed can cool inflation without inducing higher unemployment and an economic downturn,” the Wall Street Journal added.
“The U.S. economic contraction to start the year was worse than expected as weak business and private investment failed to offset strong consumer spending, the Commerce Department reported Thursday,” CNBC reported last month.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants to slash 10% of jobs at the company due to his “super bad feeling” about the economy, according to a Friday report from Reuters.
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