House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md) says voters are experiencing “sticker shock,” but they shouldn’t blame President Biden and his fellow Democrats.
Hoyer spoke to our colleagues Leigh Ann Caldwell and Theodoric Meyer for interview that appears in Friday edition of Early 202. Many of he is focused on election administration, but Hoyer switched to some other topics, including challenges opposition to the democrats in intermediate deadlines.
“I think the voter is in shock, whether it’s gas prices or groceries,” Hoyer said. “But it’s a worldwide phenomenon, but the voter doesn’t see it as a worldwide phenomenon, they see it as it is: ‘This is what affects me. He is no more up pretty much since Biden was President so I will keep Biden and him party responsible.’ This is a common occurrence.”