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Here's How Inflation Became The Biggest Story Of The Midterms

Here's How Inflation Became The Biggest Story Of The Midterms

Update: 2022-11-044
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Trump and Biden signed off on historic amounts of stimulus money that helped the country's economy weather the pandemic, but — on top of supply chain straggles and shutdowns — that money may have come with a downside: increasing inflation. Now, as voters considered their midterm voter, rising costs are top of mind.

This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis and White House correspondent Asma Khalid.

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Here's How Inflation Became The Biggest Story Of The Midterms

Here's How Inflation Became The Biggest Story Of The Midterms

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