Article originally appeared on www.westernjournal.com.
The Biden administration’s “Bidenomics,” which they have touted as improving the lives of middle and working-class Americans, has been taking a major hit lately. Recent surveys show most U.S. households are still facing economic hardship, according to The Hill.
Over 60 percent of Americans report living paycheck-to-paycheck, including 45 percent of those earning over $100,000 a year, an August Lending Club survey found, The Hill reported.
On Thursday, President Joe Biden made a rare campaign trail appearance, making an impromptu stop at a Cook Out restaurant in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he enjoyed a milkshake and burger, according to the Daily Mail.
Unfortunately for the president, even this lighthearted activity was not immune from the effects of Bidenomics.
The pit stop came after Biden spoke about connecting rural communities to broadband internet, comparing it to FDR’s rural electrification efforts. He stressed that he aimed to be “a president for all America.”
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