Kamala Harris reveals Biden’s priorities for 2023 include inflation and job growth: ‘Never been so optimistic’
Vice President Kamala Harris has teased the Biden administration’s top priorities for 2023, following a meeting at the White House on Thursday with Cabinet members.
After the meeting, Harris shared a photo of senior administration officials at the White House and said they would focus on reducing inflation, growing jobs and growing the economy.
In the tweet, the VP said she had “never been more optimistic about our future.”
“I have never been so optimistic about our future. Today, alongside [President Joe Biden] and other Cabinet members, we discussed our plan for 2023. Together, we will succeed in reducing inflation, creating more jobs and building an economy that works for everyone,” he said. she writes.
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Harris’ first two years in office have caused a lot of headaches for the administration as she continually faces backlash over the way she carries out her official duties.
While Biden named her immigration czar two years ago when she was tasked with finding and addressing the ‘root cause’ of the current immigration crisis, she has yet to visit. the US-Mexico border.
She is also widely criticized in the media for her numerous exoduses of staff and her fairly standard “word salad” comments.
Like, in September, when Harris traveled with Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to Claflin University in South Carolina, she overemphasized that “community banks” were located in her own community.
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She said: “We have invested an additional $12 billion in community banking because we know community banking is in the community and understand the needs and wants of that community and the talent and capacity of the community. ”
Harris also gave a puzzled response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
During a CBS News interview in July, Harris suggested the landmark decision should have stayed in place: “I think, to be very honest with you, I think we should have rightly believed, but we think Certainly some problems are just Some problems are just fixed.
Despite the apparent lack of media support, Harris said in a recent interview that 2022 was a solid year for her.
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“There are things I’ve done as vice president that fully demonstrate the strength of my leadership as vice president that haven’t received the kind of coverage that I think [the] Dobbs [decision] received,” Harris said in an interview last month with Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart.
A bullish view for 2023 comes as current US inflation sits at 7.1%, down from the summer high of 9.1%, but up from the 1. 4% that it was the first day of the Biden administration. Prices also rose by 13.8% and the average family in America lost $5,800 in annual income.
As for the direction of the country under Biden and Harris, a whopping 75% of people said in an August Fox News poll that they were dissatisfied.
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Discontent was shared by Republicans, Democrats and independents, as large majorities rate the economy negatively, see no signs of recovery and are generally unhappy with the way things are going in the country.
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