Democ­rats dis­agree over how to mes­sage Biden out of eco­nom­ic polling hole

Democrats disagree over how to message Biden out of economic polling hole

Democ­rats are not entire­ly on the same page regard­ing Pres­i­dent Joe Biden‘s eco­nom­ic talk­ing points, with the econ­o­my poised to be the No. vot­er 1 issue of the 2024 elec­tion.
Democ­rats dis­agree over how much Biden should crit­i­cize busi­ness­es for their con­tri­bu­tions to increased con­sumer prices so he does not por­tray him­self as anti-busi­ness and anti-eco­nom­ic growth as polling indi­cates vot­ers are down on the econ­o­my.
Democ­rats, such as Cen­ter for Amer­i­can Progress Action com­mu­ni­ca­tions senior advis­er Col­in See­berg­er and Sen­ate Major­i­ty Leader Chuck Schumer (D‑NY), are encour­ag­ing Biden to pick fights with cor­po­ra­tions and label them as greedy, as well as argue that for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump would raise costs for fam­i­lies if he is reelect­ed.
“Just as he has in tak­ing on insulin man­u­fac­tur­ers, he should call out by name com­pa­nies like W.K. Kel­logg or Kim­ber­ly-Clark who, respec­tive­ly, con­tin­ue to increase the price of gro­ceries like cere­al or dia­pers while at the same time cit­ing increas­ing prof­its in quar­ter­ly earn­ings calls,” See­berg­er told the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er of the food man­u­fac­tur­er and the pro­duc­er of Hug­gies dis­pos­able dia­pers.
Biden should also sup­port law­suits brought by state attor­neys gen­er­al, includ­ing Arizona‘s Kris Mayes, who is suing prop­er­ty man­age­ment soft­ware com­pa­ny Real­Page …