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Nancy Pelosi Makes New Statement About The Economy

Matt Lillywhite

Nancy Pelosi represented San Francisco in Congress for more than 36 years. She also served as the 52nd Speaker of the House of Representatives. During a recent interview with CNN, Pelosi discussed the subject of "Bidenomics," and how the overall American economy is performing.

“I’m so proud of this president," Pelosi said on CNN. "In the two years that we were in the majority working with him, he broke all records, on the level with a Lyndon Johnson or a Franklin Roosevelt, in terms of the caliber of legislation that he passed for the good of the people, lowering prescription drugs, again, cutting in half – as you indicate, cutting in half unemployment.”

“This president did such a remarkable job,” Pelosi continued. “He is a person of such knowledge, such vision for the country, such knowledge of the issues, such strategic thinking and such a legislator, and, on top of it all, a person who connects with the American people.”

“He just has to get out there. It’s a busy job being president. I can say that as being speaker. You’re doing your work. But he’s just going to have to make sure the American people know at that kitchen table what this means to them, in terms of jobs and pay, reducing inflation.”

It's also worth noting that President Joe Biden also made a recent statement about the economy during a visit to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. "Unemployment is been below 4 percent — the longest stretch of unemployment below 4 percent in the last 50 years," he said. "We’re beginning to come back, folks. We can because we’re giving workers a chance. Unemployment is down. But to the surprise of a lot of economists, so is inflation."

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