Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis criticized President Biden for reportedly losing his cool with staff members and said the anger reflected the public’s dissatisfaction with the economy.
According to a story published by Axios on Monda, according to sources, the president’s concealed rage emerges when he is alone with workers, leading to frequent shouting and “no one being safe” from his wrath.
As the article states, the president’s warnings include dropping f-bombs and questioning one’s intelligence in a derogatory and demeaning fashion.
The Republican presidential contender criticized President Joe Biden’s economic policies, saying, “This is how most Americans feel when the president tells them Bidenomics is working.”
There has been pushback on the president’s reelection campaign due to record inflation and rising costs throughout the country, although the president recently embarked on a tour to laud “Bidenomics,” a phrase developed to show off the president’s management of the economy supposedly.
White House communications director Ben LaBolt said the tour’s goal was to show “how the president’s economic plan is investing in America and increasing competition to lower costs for hardworking families” after a Fox News poll in June found that 60% of Americans disapprove of the president’s handling of the economy.
In 2024, DeSantis will be a leading candidate for the Republican candidacy, and he has already promised to “clean house” if elected.
According to DeSantis’s remarks on “Sunday Morning Futures” with Maria Bartiromo, “[Bidenomics] means you pay more for everything, your standard of living declines, you have less freedom, but the government has much more power, and they want to wield that power over the economy to advance a very liberal political agenda.”
When he was elected president, he promised to “really, really clean house” on his first day in office.
DeSantis’s assessment of Biden’s economic policies was shared by EJ Antoni, a research fellow at the Heritage Foundation’s Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget.
Antoni said Bidenomics has been defined by four decades-high inflation, anemic economic growth, record drops in labor productivity, rising interest rates, growing credit card debt, tepid labor force participation, falling real incomes, onerous regulation, printing, and borrowing of money, and runaway government spending.”
Bidenomics, in a nutshell, means “failure,” as one commentator put it.