Biden marks 1-year of Inflation Reduction Act: ‘It’s turning things around’
WASHINGTON − Linda Muñoz is scared about the economy. She dipped into her emergency savings this year. And she doesn’t believe President Joe Biden feels her pain.
The retired teacher from Channelview, Texas, worries about paying $4 for cereal and $3.38 for gasoline in her state.
“According to him, everything’s perfect,” said Muñoz, a Republican. “He just doesn’t live in reality.”