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Mitt Romney On Joe Biden: He’s Had 52 Bad Weeks

January 17, 2022

Did President Joe Biden have a bad week last week?

U.S. Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah), who served as governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007, thinks so. 

In fact, he thinks every week that Biden has been president has been a bad week.

Romney weighed in on the president’s performance in an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday, January 16.

Here is what he said of Biden:


He’s had 52 weeks of bad weeks. I mean, people are 7% poorer now because of Biden inflation. Gasoline prices are, what, 50% higher than they were when he took office. The border is a mess. Covid was resurgent, but he didn’t have a place the tests people needed to keep themselves safe. And then, of course, there was the disaster in Afghanistan. Russia’s now threatening Ukraine. Things are not going well. And the president needs to stop and reset and say what is it he’s trying to accomplish. And if it’s to try and transform America, he is not going to unite us. Bringing us together means finding a way to work on a bipartisan basis. He had one success, the infrastructure bill, and that was done by Republicans and Democrats in the Senate working together. Build on that kind of success.


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