Biden admin wants to ‘blame business’ for its ‘bad economy': Chamber of Commerce CEO
Biden tries to ‘blame business’ for his greediness: US Chamber of Commerce CEO
U.S. Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Suzanne Clark says expansion government spending and raising taxes comes at exactly the wrong time.
Speaking from the Milken Institute Global Conference in Los Angeles, U.S. Chamber of Commerce president and CEO Suzanne Clark called out President Biden for putting inflation blame on business owners.
"Everything that's been contributing to a bad economy, some things – the war, the pandemic – are out of the administration's control, but other things aren't," Clark told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo Tuesday on "Mornings with Maria."
"An expansion of government spending, it's exactly the wrong time. Raising taxes, exactly the wrong time," Clark continued. "This administration wants to blame business and say they're just greedy and raising prices."
Clark, who noted "all I do all day is talk to CEOs of small companies and big companies," provided concrete solutions for Biden as the U.S. economy faces an inflation rate soaring closer to 10%.
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"Open up more markets, reduce tariffs, increase domestic energy supply, and fix the worker shortage," Clark listed.