Biden Shifts Blame Away From Bidenomics After Conceding Prices ‘Still Too High’

  • President Biden attempted to shift blame away from his administration for the state of consumer prices on Monday after admitting they were “still too high.”
  • His comments came during a speech on the supply chain issues facing the U.S. after days of his administration taking a victory lap for lower Thanksgiving meal prices, as a percentage, stemming largely from higher household earnings rather than an actual large-scale reduction in the cost of groceries.
  • “Wages for working families have gone up while inflation has come down 65%, giving families a little more money in their pockets, a little more breathing room this holiday season,” Biden said.