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Biden’s Twisted Impeachment Comment Shocks Americans

Biden will say just about anything won’t he?

During a speech in Maine, President Biden highlighted the strength of the economy and addressed the potential criticism from Republicans regarding inflation progress. He made his first visit to Maine since taking office, speaking at Auburn Manufacturing Inc., a textile manufacturer, to emphasize positive economic numbers and attribute the easing inflation and growing consumer confidence to his policies.

In transcript provided by The Hill, Biden gaslighted the American people and said, “While there’s more work ahead, earlier this week The Washington Post suggested Republicans may have to find something else to criticize me for now that inflation is coming down. Maybe they’ll decide to impeach me because it’s coming down. I don’t know. I love that one. Anyway, that’s another story.

Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) had mentioned earlier in the week that he expects the House GOP’s investigations into the foreign business activities of Biden’s family to escalate to an impeachment inquiry. He also stated that House lawmakers would continue their investigations into the president’s family and his handling of the border.

While some House Republicans have been pushing for Biden’s impeachment for several months, many Republican senators have advised against moving forward with such a measure.

During his visit to Maine, Biden signed an executive order aimed at encouraging the creation of new inventions in the U.S. using taxpayer dollars. The order also focuses on enhancing transparency to track progress toward domestic manufacturing goals.

The White House has been actively promoting “Bidenomics” over the past month, aiming to closely associate the president with the continuously strong economy.

Recent data revealed that the economy grew at a 2.4-percent rate in the second quarter. The Commerce Department announced that the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) index, a measure of inflation, rose 3 percent from June 2022 to June 2023, which was lower than the 3.8 percent increase recorded in May.

Despite these slightly positive indicators, Biden acknowledged that there is still more work to be done to turn the economy around. He expressed that “Bidenomics” is essentially about restoring the American dream and outlined the administration’s plan to achieve this goal.