• Bidenomics has been hit with a weak jobs report, gas shortages, and inflation fears. The White House says it isn't getting knocked off course

    28 days ago - By Business Insider

    President Joe Biden.
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    Biden grappled with a string of disappointing economic news in May, posing a major test for his plans.
    But the White House appears intent on pushing ahead with another $4 trillion in spending programs.
    The GOP is stepping up their attacks, criticizing the proposals as job-killers.
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    The past seven days has been the toughest stretch yet for Bidenomics - the product of President Joe Biden's ambitious effort to slash entrenched economic inequalities through major spending on infrastructure...
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