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Gas prices are result of Biden's policies, ‘self-inflicted wounds': Economist Steve Moore
Gas prices a result of policies, ‘self-inflicted wounds’: Steve Moore
Economist Steve Moore weighs in on inflation and record-high gas prices.
During an interview on "Varney & Co.," Monday, economist Steve Moore said record-high gas prices are "self-inflicted wounds" and are a direct result of the Biden administration's policies.
STEVE MOORE: I'd love to see President Biden say, we're going to work toward a pause on the climate change craziness, and we're going to continue to drill and to get American oil and gas. I think that would start to bring that oil price down. I was looking at those charts you were showing earlier on the show, and it was amazing because, I think you said it was $4.45 a gallon for the national average for the gas price, it was about $2.39 or so a gallon the day that Joe Biden took office. So do the math there. That means that we've got a doubling in the gas price in 15 months.