Chris Christie: “There’s Going To Be A Lot To Fix After Four Years of Joe Biden”

Chris Christie: “There’s Going To Be A Lot To Fix After Four Years of Joe Biden”

As President Biden returns to the U.S. to field arguments over infrastructure and challenges to Obamacare, many are already looking ahead to 2022 and even 2024. Former New Jersey Governor and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie joins to explain why the recent challenge to Obamacare was rejected by the Supreme Court and the need for the Republican party to forge its own plan on healthcare. Governor Christie discusses the important role that former President Trump will play in the 2022 Midterm Elections, the possibility of his 2024 presidential candidacy, the need for the U.S. to demand straight answers on the origins of the COVID-19 and his advocacy for Americans to get vaccinated for the virus after his personal experience contracting it.

Prices for everyday goods are on the rise, fueling new fears for inflation. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell on Wednesday called the recent surge in consumer prices “transitory” but warned it could be “higher and more persistent than we expect.” Chief Economist at Moody’s Analytics Mark Zandi tells us where we’re seeing inflation the most, if the Biden administration’s policies are impacting it and how the job market is doing.

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