Sunday Show Preview: Biden Administration Faces Rising Inflation

The Biden administration’s response to inflation hitting a 30-year high is expected to dominate Sunday talk shows this week.

The Labor Department released data on Wednesday showing that the consumer price index, which tracks inflation for a variety of goods and services, rose 6.2 percent in the 12 months to October, marking the highest annual inflation rate. reported since November 1990.

The data comes as President BidenJoe Biden Federal Appeals Court Says Business Biden Vaccine Remains Mandate Why Democrats’ Prescription Drug Pricing Would Have Hurt Older People Tennessee Governor Signs Law Restricting Terms of COVID-19 MORE faces pressure to combat rising food and gas prices, which have fueled rising inflation, and has lobbied Democrats to pass a $ 1.75 trillion social spending package.

Biden said Wednesday that the package, known as the Build Back Better Act, would fight inflation because it would help Americans return to work by reducing the costs of health coverage and child and elderly care.

But inflation can give the Sen. Joe manchinJoe Manchin On The Money – Budget Analysts Caught in Partisan Shooting Nighttime Health Care – Presented by Rare Access Action Project – Biden Presents FDA Equilibrium / Sustainability Choice – Presented by Altria – Cotton Farm Accused of Laying Workers black MORE (DW.Va.) and other center Democrats more influence to further reduce the spending bill.

Manchin warned on Wednesday that lawmakers “can no longer ignore” inflation. While his comment did not directly mention the spending bill, the West Virginia senator has previously cited inflation as a reason not to support a package of more than $ 1.5 trillion.

Brian deeseBrian Deese White House still believes a spending deal could be reached before he travels to Europe Black Caucus pushes for priorities in final deal White House to house lawmakers as agenda negotiations reach critical stage MORE, director of the National Economic Council of the White House, told NPR on Tuesday that inflation is “absolutely a concern” for the Biden administration, adding that the president “really understands” how small price increases can affect Americans.

“So if you look at our economic plan, it focuses on how we can alleviate those price pressures in both the short and long term,” he added.

Deese is scheduled to appear on ABC’s “This Week,” NBC’s “Meet the Press,” and CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday.

In addition to inflation, the Biden administration took another hit this week in relation to its COVID-19 test or vaccine mandate for large companies.

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday issued an order confirming a stay it imposed on the mandate last weekend in response to a legal challenge by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R).

The mandate, which took effect on January 4, requires companies with more than 100 employees to order their employees to be vaccinated or tested weekly.

General Surgeon Vivek MurthyVivek Murthy Surgeon General Rejects McConaughey Over Vaccines For Children Hillicon Valley – US Strikes Back Kaseya Attackers Top Biden Officials Urge School Administrators To Help Students Get Vaccinated MORE He said last weekend that the Biden administration was “prepared” to defend the mandate.

Both Paxton and Murthy will appear on “Fox News Sunday.”

Below is the full list of guests scheduled to appear on this week’s Sunday talk shows:

A B C s “This week”- Brian Deese, director of the White House National Economic Council; Senator John barrassoJohn Anthony BarrassoSunday Shows Progress: House Passes Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Democrats suffer electoral defeat in Virginia Republicans to challenge the mandate of the Biden vaccine The Senate appears ready to advance the first Native American to lead the National Park Service MORE (R-Wyo).

NBC “Meet the press”- Deese; Governor Chris sununuChris SununuBiden to Travel to New Hampshire, Michigan to Promote Infrastructure Package McConnell Wins, Biden Loses, Trump Fumes The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – Republican Party Dealt 2022 Coup, Look at Trump-Era Troubles MORE (RN.H (; Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffSteve Bannon indicted by federal grand jury Prince Harry says he warned Dorsey from Twitter about the Jan.6 riots, Republican centrists are facing increased attacks from their own party. (D-Calif.)

CBS “Take on the nation“- Secretary of the Treasury Janet yellenJanet Louise YellenThe rich pay more than their fair share, and the liberals know it The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – The Republican Party struck the coup of 2022, looks at the Trump-era issues facing Biden with progressives over the Fed choice MORE; Governor Jared PolisJared Schutz PolisThe Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Facebook – Appeals Court Delays Ruling on Trump Document; Biden to Meet with Xi Overnight Health Care – Presented by Rare Access Action Project – Advocates Lobby Congress to Boost Pandemic Preparedness Funding Colorado Governor Allows All Adults to Receive Vaccine Boosters MORE (D-Colo.); David Malpass, President of the World Bank Group; Neel Kashkari, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis; Former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb.

State of the union”- Deese; Repetitions Fred uptonFrederick (Fred) Stephen Upton 12:30 pm Report from The Hill: All Eyes on Rittenhouse Homicide Trial Republican centrists are facing increased attacks from Republican representatives of their own party. (R-Mich.), AND Karen bassKaren Ruth Bass Ethics Panel Authorized Bass for K USC Fellowship: Report Democrats brace for flood of retirements after Virginia Black Caucus defeat pushes for priorities in final deal MORE (D-Calif.)

Fox News Sunday”- Dr. Vivek Murthy, US Surgeon General; Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

Sunday morning futures”- Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzMcConnell will not attend the White House infrastructure law signing ceremony Surgeon General rejects McConaughey over vaccines for children Ted Cruz calls Hillary Clinton ‘Oscar the Grouch’ for Big’s tweet Bird MORE (R-Texas); Kash Patel, former DOD chief of staff; Rep. Jim jordanJames (Jim) Daniel Jordan Republicans take back campaign charm, and it’s Bush, not Trump Good Republicans in government may be democracy’s last hope Madison Cawthorn to join the House Freedom Committee MORE (R-Ohio); Doug collinsDouglas (Doug) Allen Collins Jan. Panel 6 weighs contempt charges of former Trump Justice Department official Clark Loeffler meets with McConnell amid speculation that another Georgia Senate-led agriculture commissioner launches a Senate campaign against Warnock MORE, Former Georgia Congressman (R) // Author, “The Clock and the Calendar”



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