Biden's List Of Accomplishments Are Overshadowed By The Harsh Reality

Republicans are rejecting a list touting President Biden's "accomplishments" that the White House suggested as talking points "for when chatting with your Uncle at Thanksgiving."

"Using White House talking points to try and gaslight your own family as to the realities of this administration seems like a miserable way to spend Thanksgiving," said Rep. Ralph Norman.

Bring the receipts to the Thanksgiving dinner, White House deputy communications director Jennifer Molina tweeted in response to President Biden's accomplishments earlier on Wednesday.

The list of Biden’s accomplishments included, "10 million jobs created" and "no taxes on people making above $400,000 – he kept his promise."

"Gas prices are down by $1.35/gallon since June and inflation is moderating," the list said.

"Meanwhile, Republicans in Congress are extreme," it continued. "Proposing a national ban on abortion, planning to put Medicare and Social Security on the chopping block, [and] trying to raise costs on Americans by repealing the Inflation Reduction Act."

The claim about gas prices was emphasized by the Republican National Committee on Twitter.

According to a recent report by the American Farm Bureau Federation, Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings is anticipated to cost 20% more this year than it did last. This is due to inflation.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn from Tennesse said that now is not the time for Biden to take a victory lap.

"Nearly every family sitting around the Thanksgiving table can agree: prices, from the gas pump to the grocery store, are out of control and hurting the pocketbook," Blackburn said. "While President Biden takes another victory lap, inflation remains at a 40-year-high, more than half of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, and Thanksgiving dinner is expected to cost 20% more than last year."

"The only thing this cheat sheet accomplishes is showing the American people how out of touch the Biden White House is with reality," she added. "[White House chief of staff] Ron Klain and his staff should respect the fact that ‘that Uncle’ will be with you long after they leave the White House. Some bridges are not worth burning."



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