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Vice President Kamala Harris got herself into trouble, recently, for literally laughing when asked about her plans to visit the site of the border crisis that President Joe Biden created.
After former President Donald Trump announced his own plans to visit the border, however, Harris quickly scrambled to get a trip on her calendar — exactly one week before his.
The “coincidental” nature of her arrival in El Paso on Friday is lost on no one, but her office is defending the lie.
“This administration does not take their cues from Republican criticism, nor from the former President of the United States of America,” a spokesperson said. “We have said, over a number of different occasions — and the vice president has said, over the course — over the last three months, that she would go to the border. She has been before. She would go again. She would go when it was appropriate (and) when it made sense.”
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Investors received an important inflation indicator yesterday that included some pretty dramatic data. According to the Commerce Department, that report pointed to a 3.4% increase last month.
The core personal consumption expenditures price index has not logged such a drastic year-over-year increase since the beginning of the 1990s, experts say. The spike likely reflects the economic explosion as businesses reopen, especially when compared to the despair of last year.
The Federal Reserve typically uses this report as a way to justify changes in monetary policy, though officials continue to reassure investors that the inflation increase is a temporary feature of the healing economy.
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