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“Come on! Don’t Make Things Up!” – Biden Snaps at Reporter For Asking About Economists Warning of a Recession (VIDEO)

Joe Biden on Monday snapped at a reporter for asking about economists warning of a recession.

A group of economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal said there is a 44% chance the US is entering a recession in the next year.

The market is down and the GDP contracted this year.

The Biden economy declined 1.5% in the first quarter of 2022.

The federal reserve last week announced a 75 basis point increase of the fed funds rate.

Inflation rates and gas prices are at record highs.

Joe Biden took a leisurely stroll on Delaware’s Rehoboth Beach Monday as Americans suffer under his disastrous presidency.

Biden snapped at a reporter for daring to ask about the current/impending recession.

“The majority aren’t saying that. Don’t make things up! OK! Now you sound like a Republican politician — I’m joking! That was a joke, that was a joke,” Biden said.

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The post “Come on! Don’t Make Things Up!” – Biden Snaps at Reporter For Asking About Economists Warning of a Recession (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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