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Biden shouts during White House speech, claims Republicans don’t believe in America

 August 18, 2023

President Joe Biden passionately addressed the nation about America's strengths during the anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act.

On the one-year mark of the legislation, Biden delivered a fervent speech from the East Room of the White House. While delivering his remarks, Biden lost his temper and started asking the audience to name one thing that America has failed to achieve during his tenure in office and before, as Fox News reported.

Biden's impassioned response to critics

Biden emphasized the achievements of his administration in his speech, especially the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act. He proudly referred to its success as one of his administration's accomplishments.

However, he did not shy away from addressing criticisms.

Touching upon critiques from "our friends on the other side of the aisle," he mentioned how the current administration constantly hears about perceived issues with America. While refuting Republicans' concerns, Biden remarked:

They’re telling us America is failing.

Expressing his unwavering belief in the country's abilities, Biden stated:

Let me tell you, they’re dead wrong. America isn’t failing. America is winning. And I’ve said a thousand times…there is no quit in America.

The intensity of his speech reached a peak when he challenged his critics head-on. He stated:

Name me a single objective we’ve ever set out to accomplish that we’ve failed on. Name me one, in all of our history. Not one! It’s never been a good bet to bet against America, and it’s still not a good bet today.

Inflation Reduction Act: Achievements vs Reality

Despite the fervor surrounding the Inflation Reduction Act's anniversary, some data appears to challenge the perceived accomplishments.

Earlier in the month, Vice President Kamala Harris mentioned in a social media post dated Aug. 4 on X that inflation rates had decreased consistently for 12 months.

This was seen as an attempt by the Democrats to address economic concerns, especially with the 2024 election on the horizon.

However, contrasting figures were presented in a report later this month. According to the Consumer Price Index report, there was a 3.2% rise in inflation in July compared to the previous year. Furthermore, consumer goods saw a 0.2% price increase from June.

Biden has already admitted that he should not have named the bill as the Inflation Reduction Act, seemingly admitting that the legislation does not, in fact, reduce inflation in any way.

Other challenges facing administration

Alongside economic concerns, immigration issues at the southern border remain a significant challenge for the administration.

Reports of chaos, with thousands of migrants trying to enter the U.S. illegally, continue to flood in.

Adding to the complications, there have been allegations of Texas officials separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

This family separation issue echoes past controversies from the Trump era. Surprisingly, this week saw the Democratic Party demanding investigations into these reports.

Prior to the expiration of Title 42 in May, Biden did hint that the border situation might remain "chaotic for a while," as efforts to restore order continued.

Concluding his speech, Biden reinstated his faith in America's future and its role in the world.

With an optimistic tone, he remarked:

America is still the beacon to the world. This isn’t about the past. It’s about the future we’re going to build. And I’ve never been more optimistic about America’s future.


  • President Biden marked the anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act with a fervent speech.
  • He defended the accomplishments of his administration and responded passionately to critics.
  • Despite the administration's positive outlook on the Inflation Reduction Act, recent data show a rise in inflation.
  • Challenges at the southern border persist, with allegations of family separations raising concerns.
  • Biden remains optimistic about America's future, viewing it as a beacon for the world.