Congressional Republicans insisted Friday September’s disappointing jobs report It was clear that President Biden’s economic plan was not working.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said, “President Biden’s delusions have been suggesting for months that his economic plan is working.” Tweeted on Friday.
“Anyone who has seen today’s jobs report knows that it is failing. Democrats have turned the post-epidemic economic recovery into an economic crisis.
U.S. employers added only 194,000 jobs in September – less than the 336,000 jobs added in August and the lowest since December last year, when employers reported COVID-19 cases, hospital admissions and deaths during the winter. I reduced jobs during the rise.
Biden tried. Take a positive look at their management’s worst jobs report. Pointing to a 5.2 percent to 4.8 percent decline in the unemployment rate – although economists say it reflects fewer Americans looking for work.
Republican Kevin Brady (R. Texas), a top Republican on the House Ways and Men’s Committee, said the report was “for the slow recovery of the United States, for families struggling to find work for Main Street businesses, and for those families.” For those whose salary can only be spent, do not stick to high prices.
“President Biden now has 944,000 jobs that he promised with his last stimulus, and worse, the American people have lost confidence in leading the economy,” Brady added. “If it was a football team with a losing record, the coach at that point would be looking for a new job.”
The September Jobs report is the worst report of Biden’s presidency. Tweet rap Tom Rice (R-SC)Another member of the Committee on Methods and Resources. “Encouraging Americans to stay out of the workforce is having a huge impact on our economy.”
“Joe Biden at Economics Work,” Sen. Josh Holly tweeted. (R-Mo.) “[F]More jobs, less work, more inflation.
سین۔ Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) tweeted. The report was “disappointing” and argued that the best way for the economy to grow was for the government to “get out of the way” and curb spending and “keep inflation out of control”.
A. New Quinnipiac University Poolout this week Only 39 percent of Americans approve of Biden taking over the economy, while 55 percent disapprove. In the same survey, only 29% of Americans described the state of the US economy as “excellent” or “good”, while 69% said the economy was “not so good” or “bad”.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Meanwhile, took a different tack, arguing that the September jobs report “represents additional evidence of Democrats’ need to create jobs.” Create a better agenda.. ”
Historic progress has been made under President Biden and Congress Democrats to create jobs, reduce unemployment and defeat epidemics, but more has been done to protect families financially for generations to come. Should go “Bloodback better will change America’s workers and the middle class.”
Democratic lawmakers are currently working to finalize a 3.5 3.5 trillion social spending bill that they will try to pass without Republican support, even two-party 1.2 trillion. Infrastructure bill eliminated In front of the House after the approval of the Senate in August.
Some House Democratic centrists have blocked large-scale sizes, while moderates. Sense. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) And Kirsten Cinema (D-Ariz) He has made it clear that he will not support spending at this level. Meanwhile, far-left Democrats have vowed to tank the infrastructure bill if the social spending plan is not approved first.