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An MSNBC contributor applauds the Democrats' "marketing branding genius" in naming the Inflation Reduction Act.

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MSNBC contributor and Voto Latino founder Maria Teresa Kumar, praised.

After Biden signed the IRA into law on Tuesday, MSNBC's "Deadline: White House" celebrated the passage of the bill, but analysts said the bill could lead to inflation. Guest host John Heilmann asked the panel if the final product was "worth the wait." 

"So the wait for Build Back Better seemed to go on forever. Talk about what the bill is about: its value, its politics, and its potential value to Democrats,” Heilemann said.

Kumar considered the bill itself a success, starting with its name.

President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday.

President Biden signed anti-inflation bill on Tuesday (Combined)

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``Well, let's start with the name. , talks about checkbook items on the kitchen table, and he deals with this head-you and I talk a lot about Democrats not being the best marketers. A marketing branding genius,” Kumar said. pointed out various other sections, including a large investment in

“Together with the Chips Act and the American Recovery Act, this bill provides nearly $500 billion in clean energy and clean technology. It's telling people a big bet, and that's what Biden believes we need to do, and that's the future," she explained. } White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre insisted on Sunday that the bill will fight inflation despite analysts claiming it will have minimal, if any, effect.

White House Press Secretary Carine Jean-Pierre argued on Sunday that analysts said the bill would have had an impact. (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

She concluded by saying: Talking to older voters. Going into midterm elections that we know are going to be a very, very tight race in some of the reddest states in the country.This is a big one for him.

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Democrats in the White House and Congress applaud the bill, but Republicans are attacking the bill, which lives up to its name in the name of curbing inflation. as a “climate and health” bill, facing online criticism in the process.

Inflation rates lowered to 8.5% in July down from 9.1% in June. 

Inflation rose from 9.1% to 8.5% in July A drop in % in June.  ((AP Photo/Marta Lavandier))


But the mainstream media have also criticized the bill's name,with some calling it "Orwellian." The White House continues to defend the bill's merits despite refusing to say when inflation is expected to fall. 

Lindsay Kornick is an associate of Fox News Digital and her editor. You can send story tips to and her Twitter (@lmkornick).