CNN political analyst Gloria Borger knocked on President Biden on Wednesday for saying he would do nothing else after the 2022 interim results.
Although the Republicans failed to achieve the “red wave” on election night, they’re still able to take over the House of Representatives while Senate control continues to be at stake.
Biden was asked at Wednesday’s press conference what he would have done in a different way in the subsequent two years, on condition that 75% of Americans think the country is moving into the flawed direction.
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“Nothing,” replied Biden. “Because they simply discover what we’re doing. Because they simply discover what we’re doing. The more they learn about what we’re doing, the greater the support. Do you understand someone who’s trying to do away with the changes we have made to prescription drug prices and lift prices again?
Biden later explained that the bill he passed in Congress “takes time” to implement.
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After the press conference, Borger commented on Biden’s comments.
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“Something like this that struck me when asked, ‘Could you make a difference?’ He said, “No,” Borger said through the panel discussion. “Now you might have 75% of the country that claims we’re moving into the flawed direction. Seventy-five percent think we’re in a recession. He finished… said he just would not do the rest because. In fact, our achievements take a protracted time to be recognized.
“It’s offensive to people. And I do not think that is a very good answer from the president, ”added Borger.
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President Biden took some winning lap after a poor performance by Republicans on election night.
Republicans are poised to regain the House of Representatives, but with a much smaller margin than expected. Senate control stays in balance because the two races in Arizona and Nevada have yet to be announced, and the race in Georgia is nearing its second round.