Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) told CNN this morning that the Democrats didn’t really bother to talk about inflation rate during their White House talks on their spending package.
The elites don’t really care.
During a Monday appearance on “CNN Newsroom,” Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-MI) said inflation was not really discussed with the White House during negotiations over the Democrats’ spending package.
Anchor Erica Hill asked Dingell how much inflation, which she noted had been a “major concern” and was “growing at a rate we haven’t seen in 30 years,” was discussed during the White House negotiations.
“Inflation a major concern — it’s growing at a rate we haven’t seen in 30 years. How much of a discussion was that in your meetings at the White House and even with your colleagues?” Hill asked.
According to Dingell, the topic was not discussed with the White House as much as it was with “other people.”
“So, actually probably wasn’t as much a discussion as I have had with many other people,” Dingell replied.
Inflation rate is currently at a 30-year high under Joe Biden. Inflation is currently at 5.4% under Joe Biden.
And Democrats want to spend more money.
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