Bidenpression: U.S. GDP Shrinks 0.9 Percent in Second Quarter

Assessment: Watch as Democrats try to change the decades old definition of recession from 2 quarters of negative growth (which we now have) to whatever they want it to be … The U.S. economy contracted in the second quarter of 2022 as the economy was battered by four-decade high inflation, record high fuel prices, soaring food costs, and tighter monetary policy. The government reported Thursday that Gross Domestic Product shrank by 0.9 percent in the April through June

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