(PatriotWise.com)- On Thursday, New Jersey residents gathered at a gas station to discuss their reactions to President Biden’s comments during his interview with Jimmy Kimmel. Biden was praising the state of the economy in the United States.
Tom, from New Jersey, said to a Fox News reporter that he believes inflation will affect the economy going forward. It doesn’t look like it’s going to stop, and he doesn’t see oil and gas being able to mitigate the impact. It will be painful.
On the other hand, Luis, also from New Jersey, said that he believes we grow pretty quickly over here in the United States, so he would agree partially with Biden.
It had been 118 days since the last time Biden gave a network interview before his appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday night. Although he lauded the economy’s progress, President Biden referred to inflation as “the bane of our existence.”
Some people were uncertain about the economy’s progress, but they felt the impact of the rising daily cost.
Hemish, a resident of Brooklyn, said that he’s not sure how wonderful the economy is; however, he is aware that inflation is at an all-time high, and everyone is upset about it.
According to the data provided by the Department of Labor, inflation reached a level in 2022 that was the highest it has been in forty years.
Kathy, a resident of New Jersey, commented to Fox News that times are terrible right now due to the recent rise in the cost of gasoline and the fact that the price of every item she purchases at the grocery store has increased by 20% as a result of COVID.
During the segment with Kimmel, President Biden took a jab at former President Trump, hinted at the possibility of executive orders on abortion, and stated that the White House had had significant triumphs that it has not communicated adequately.
Tom stated that he could not think of a significant accomplishment Biden has accomplished, and “neither can Joe!”
Tom said just appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! is ridiculous considering that he is the President of the United States.
“He’s desperate,” he said.
The people have spoken.