An esteemed economist has sounded the alarm over the dire consequences of Biden administration policies on American households. University of Chicago professor Casey Mulligan warns of an imminent economic crisis, highlighting the burden of additional charges on U.S. households under the current administration. Mulligan’s report reveals a stark contrast between the Trump and Biden eras, with average American households potentially saving $21,000 under a hypothetical second Trump administration. The economist points to stagnant growth, low productivity, and rising inflation as underlying factors exacerbating the situation. The mounting criticism of Bidenomics raises concerns about the administration’s impact on everyday Americans. The question remains whether the administration will address these concerns or continue on this path.
The Cost of Bidenomics: Economist Warns of Dire Consequences for American Households
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