White House handlers kicked reporters out of the State Dining Room on Monday as reporters asked President Joe Biden questions.
Biden ignored the journalists, offering no answers on issues such as the economy, inflation, or Russia.
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) September 27, 2022
"We meet at a moment, to state the obvious, of global uncertainty," Biden said. "Countries around the world are grappling with elevated inflation. The ongoing war in Ukraine is presenting challenges as well."
"But amidst all of that here is what I want people to know: Because of the American people's resilience and because of the economic strategy we've pursued, the United States of America is in a stronger position than any other country to navigate these global challenges," he added.
Fox News: The stock market's value is down $7.6 trillion since Biden took office. pic.twitter.com/043vh1jVxX
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 26, 2022
The remarks came as the stock market hit another drop. The market's value has gone down $7.6 trillion since Biden has taken office.
The economy that soared during the pre-Covid days of the Trump administration has been erased as Biden and Democrats continue to hurt working Americans.