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White House shifts messaging on inflation ahead of midterms

Clip: 06/03/2022 | 9m 14s | Video has closed captioning.

Inflation is at a four-decade high and rising prices at grocery stores and gas stations are hitting Americans hard. With six months to go until the November midterms, the Biden administration is trying to shift its messaging on inflation and the economy. But despite fears of an economic slowdown, the May jobs report was better than expected.

Aired: 06/03/22

Rating: NR

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