Biden zeroes in on economic message as campaign winds down


President Biden is focusing on the economy as he makes his closing argument before next month's midterm elections Hello Syracuse In congressional battleground New York the president touted his administration's economic progress citing microchip manufacturer microns planned to build a facility that will create 50,000 jobs It's a largest American investment of its kind ever ever ever in our history As voters struggle with inflation and recession fears the president got a boost with news the economy grew at a better than expected rate in the last quarter And although it may not feel like for everyone people's incomes went up last quarter more than inflation went up He says if Republicans gain congressional control the progress will be reversed Sagar Meghani Washington

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