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NSC Spock Kirby responds to Bezos' accusations of "wrong direction" of WH inflation

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National Security Council Coordinator John Kirby for Strategic CommunicationAmazon CEO Jeff BezosRecently, the Byden administration has "wrong direction" regarding rising inflation. He challenged the allegations of being guilty of either "sex" or ignorance.

In an interview with "Fox News Sunday", Kirby rejected this idea and President BiDen was always open to Americans. Insisted.

"Anyone who knows President Byden knows that he speaks openly, and he understands his thoughts accurately and in words that everyone can understand. I'll tell you, "Kirby said. "So I think we're obviously making a big exception, thinking that this is somehow in the wrong direction."

After Biden tweeted Saturday, priced at a gas station Those who dotweeted that they need to lower thevalue during "during war and global crisis" to better match their costs. While criticizing the White House.

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"It hurts. Inflation is too important for the White House to continue making such statements," he said. "It's either a straight turn or a deep misunderstanding of the basic market dynamics."


On Sunday, Kirby claimed to be "neither." "They. Byden tells the American people that supporting democracy in the form of aid to Ukraine is" inexpensive, "and the president isn't just pointing his fingers, he's trying to do what he can. He said he was.

"American people are obviously facing pain with pumps. Now what are we at $ 5 a gallon? And the president is working very hard in many ways. … Price cuts ”.

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The G7 has set a price cap on Russian oil, released one million barrels of oil from US strategic reserves and urged Congress to go through a three-monthgas tax holiday.

"If everyone works together, we can reduce the price by at least about $ 1 per gallon," Kirby said.