Labor Sec. Walsh Slams Dems Not Supporting Biden 2024: They Need to ‘Shut Their Twitters Off’

‘They can have their opinions all they want and if President Biden make a decision to run for re-election 2024, a lot of those folks will line up behind him’

EXCERPT:

WALSH: "Well, certainly I think some in my party need to take a step back and maybe shut their Twitters off, because the President, in the last six weeks we have seen gas prices lower at the pump, for the last seven weeks, quote honestly, going down. That's the fastest reduction in a decade. We’re seeing a major bill on infrastructure that people are going to see the investments in their communities coming up this summer and into the fall. We saw the Chips Bill that was passed, bipartisan bill, by the way, that the President was able to reach across the aisle to see more money for manufacturing, and then the Inflation Reduction Act that's going through Congress right now. I think that when it comes to — it is easy to be a Monday morning quarterback on the sidelines taking shots at the president, but he took over office with 10 million Americans out of work, he took over office with no plan on the pandemic, and quite honestly, he’s done an amazing job, in my opinion, of working across the aisle and pulling America together. And he’s going to continue to do that. So they can have their opinions all they want, and if President Biden make a decision to run for re-election in 2024, a lot of those folks will line up behind him."

Video files
Full
Compact
Audio files
Full
Compact
Similar stories
Obama Uses Mother’s Day to Push Paid Leave, Min. Wage Hike, Child Care, Health Care
Scarborough Slams Dems for Outing Ford: ‘Offensive’ the Way They Waited and Put Their Finger up in the Wind
Marie Harf: Biden and Trump Should Release Their Mental Acuity Records
Mollie Hemingway Slams Dems for Not Following Their Own Covid Restrictions: It’s ‘Tyrannical’
Lemire: Biden White House Is Bad at Messaging, They Need To Do a Better Job