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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre to The View: "We see the economy in a transition. We see the historic growths that were made, and right now we're going to transition to be more in a stable, steady growth and that's how we believe we're going to be able to fight inflation."

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White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Pres. Biden's push for Congress to suspend the federal gas tax: "Right now, American people need relief at the pump." "We have to remember how we got here," she adds. "Putin's war ... has caused gas prices to go up $2 per gallon." server Rumble server Dailymotion server Youtube Video Post By Học Để Thi | Breaking News, Latest News and Videos Tranganhnam.xyz On Thursday, "The View" co-host Joy Behar asked White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre how to convince Americans that  skyrocketing inflation and gas prices  were not President Biden's fault. "The case has been made that inflation is an intractable problem around the world. We talk about it here all the time, and not just in a crisis in the states but in the eyes of many voter

"The View" host Joy Behar told viewers that Juneteenth, the holiday celebrating the end of slavery in America, was a good reminder of how African-Americans' voting rights were currently being taken away.

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  CELEBRATING JUNETEENTH: As Americans recognize Juneteenth , a holiday that started back in 1866 to commemorate the end of slavery in America but was only made into a federal holiday a year ago, #TheView panel shares how they observe the day. Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 September 18 Post By Học Để Thi | Breaking News, Latest News and Videos Tranganhnam.xyz "The View"  host Joy Behar claimed Monday that Juneteenth, the holiday celebrating the end of slavery, was a good day to remember that Black Americans’ voting rights were being "systematically" stripped away. Sara Haines admitted to feeling "silly" about being ignorant about the holiday until recent years and said she now felt that Juneteenth was a more important day for all Americans to celebrate than Independence Day.  "We were celebrating Fourth of July which