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In an interview with Cincinnati, Ohio, on Monday, President Biden said he had not run for office because of the election.
Public opinion polls in the USA Today / Suffolk University, held Wednesday through Friday, have reduced the acceptance rate to a new low of 38% – one year before the 2022 mid-term elections. According to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, at least 58% of Americans believe that Baden does not pay enough attention to the most important problems in the United States.
As Cincinnati W.KRC-TV Kyle Inspector approached Biden for a year, he asked if he wanted to adjust some of his administration’s priorities.
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“Okay, look at the public opinion polls I’ve seen before I moved to another station, but it’s between 48% and 52%,” Biden said. “But the point is, I didn’t run because of the election.”
Biden argues that his previous recovery efforts, current law, and the Build Back Better Plan will have a significant impact on ordinary Americans “as families I come from.”
He also said that he had the same number of votes as other presidents during his time in office, including Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. He went on to say that people are worried about the Corona virus and rising gas prices.
“I don’t think presidents should decide what to do. Look at it. A lot of people are worried. Think about it. Look at the 750,000 people who died in Cowid. The psychological scars it has caused to so many people. Schools. They weren’t opened because of Cowid.” They were in a state of anxiety. “Oil prices have risen. It’s very high. That’s why I want the Attorney General to investigate whether these oil companies are pushing people.”
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“We’ve created nearly six million jobs since I came to office, but we’re in a situation where people don’t feel it. I mean, they don’t feel it now, they don’t feel it,” he added. .
Biden also spoke about supply chain issues across the country.
“One of the problems with the supply chain is that we are short of materials due to covand, I mean, from food to semiconductors. And most of the supply chain comes into our ports.” he said.
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Biden said the $ 1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by Congress will help improve people’s ports and strengthen supply chains. He expressed hope that the United States would begin construction of large-scale infrastructure “in a matter of weeks.”