Karine Jean-Pierre Is Convinced Biden Has Done More In 3 Years Than Any Other U.S. President Has Achieved In 2 Terms

by Gee NY

In a series of interviews aimed at highlighting President Joe Biden’s achievements, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed that Biden has accomplished more in three years than any two-term president in U.S. history, except for Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Speaking on ABC, Jean-Pierre cited several policy achievements to support her claims.

She emphasized Biden’s commitment to addressing economic challenges and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jean-Pierre highlighted the significance of the CHIPS and Science Act, a $280 billion bill aimed at funding domestic semiconductor chip manufacturing and enhancing competitiveness with China.

Furthermore, she pointed out the administration’s efforts to lower prescription drug costs, specifically mentioning the $35 cap on monthly out-of-pocket costs for seniors.

“Think about the CHIPS and Science Act, if you think about beating big Pharma and lowering prescription drugs, when you think about how seniors and others… are now paying 35 bucks, our seniors are going to be paying that when they were paying 200 bucks a month,” she said.

The Press Secretary also highlighted President Biden’s actions on student debt, despite facing challenges from the courts, noting the cancellation of $4.8 billion in student debt in December.

Jean-Pierre defended Biden’s record on climate change, stating that he has done more on the issue than any other president.

She also teased the president’s aspirations for infrastructure and ongoing efforts to support abortion rights after the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

The claims come amidst a decline in President Biden’s poll numbers, with a recent USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll indicating that former President Donald Trump leads among key voter groups.

Trump is reported to be ahead among Hispanic voters and younger voters, while Biden’s support among black voters has decreased.

The poll also revealed that Trump leads overall with 39% compared to Biden’s 37%, with the president losing ground among younger voters and facing a challenge from third-party contenders.

While Jean-Pierre’s interviews seek to bolster Biden’s record, the polling data suggests challenges for the current administration, with concerns raised about Biden’s age, being the oldest American president at 81.

The downward trend in support, particularly among key voter groups, poses potential obstacles as the nation heads into the 2024 election year.

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