Bidenomics Abandoned?!

Joe Biden

( – After trying to implement an economic plan that no one understood and seemed confusing for Americans—and that has proven disastrous for working-class Americans—the White House and Democrats have abandoned the term “Bidenomics.”

Used to promote Joe Biden’s economic policies, Biden had not mentioned the term much lately. He only did it once since mid-January apart from a recent mention in North Carolina. Notably, the term was absent from his State of the Union address in March.

According to an Axios analysis, even Congressional Democrats have toned down their use of the term, with a significant drop from 483 mentions in July to just 10 in March.

In a recent speech, Biden highlighted programs aimed at aiding the middle class through government spending and suggested that “Bidenomics” may be gaining some traction among economists.

Biden’s relationship with the branding of his economic policies waned towards the end of 2023. Despite positive economic news the Democrat refrained from using “Bidenomics” in November.

After frequently using the term from June to November 2023, Biden appeared to stop mentioning it altogether after November 1.

Although banners bearing the term surrounded him during an address in Colorado on November 29, Biden did not bring it up himself. From Decеmber 2023 to January 2024 he only mеntioned “Bidenomics” six timеs.

Interestingly, while Dеmocrats sееm to be distancing themselves from the name Congressional Republicans are still embracing it. They have used it consistently and mentioned it at least 474 times in public statements during March this year.

In September 2023, Democrats reportedly urged the White House to reconsider using “Bidenomics” concerned that it might alienate Americans still facing economic challenges. Biden’s allies warned that the branding was faltering politically.

Democratic Representative Steven Horsford said, “With all due respect to the president, to the White House, this is not so much about them as it is the people who are benefiting by the policies that they came out and demanded.”

Politico reported in November 2023 that efforts were made within Biden’s circle to salvage the “Bidenomics” branding after evidence suggested it was not effective.

Democratic Representative James Clyburn had expressed his reservations about “Bidenomics” earlier and voiced concerns about its effectiveness.

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