Fox News contributor Kayleigh McEnany stopped by Jesse Watters Primetime to discuss the Biden Administration’s proposed 3-month federal gas tax suspension. McEnany says Biden has pivoted to a strategy of quick fixes.
KAYLEIGH MCENANY: I keep going back to the beginning of this administration. You have President Joe Biden coming in. He meets with a historian. He talks about how he wants to be the next FDR, and then he lights the country on fire. He’s like a toddler in a glass shop that can’t stop flailing his arms and breaking everything. So now it’s just quick fixes. How can I get a quick fix — forgive student loan debt.
Eighteen cents off the gas. I did the math: My gas was $118 for a 20-gallon tank. I’m going to save $3 the next time I go to the pump. Good job, President Biden. I will give them this. The patriotic duty they said [it’s a] patriotic duty for oil and gas companies to lower prices, at least they did their patriotic duty in lowering those Kamala pictures from $15,000 to $5,000. So, they’re taking their own advice.
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“Today, @POTUS is calling on Congress to suspend the federal gas tax for 3 months and is calling on states to find similar ways to deliver relief. This will give families breathing room as he continues his work to bring down prices for the long haul.”
Biden asked Congress to suspend the gas tax on Wednesday —the White House shared the announcement on Twitter.
Today, @POTUS is calling on Congress to suspend the federal gas tax for 3 months and is calling on states to find similar ways to deliver relief. This will give families breathing room as he continues his work to bring down prices for the long haul. https://t.co/DXhgpcslLg
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 22, 2022