CNN 패널은 경기 침체의 정의를 바꾸려는 바이든 백악관 스핀을 거부합니다: 'You can't fake this!'

목요일에 발표되는 데이터는 미국이. 2분기 연속 경기 위축, 오랫동안 경제학자들이 경기 침체를 정의한 방법. 하나, several White House officials have already pushed their talking points as a preemptive spin on the likely bad headlines they will face.

의 위에 “리드,” CNN anchor Kasie Hunt began the discussion by telling the panel she’s “고군분투” with what the White House is putting out there.

I get that why they want to do it from a political perspective, but like, you can’t fake this!” Hunt exclaimed.

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CNN's Kasie Hunt leads a panel discussion about the Biden administration's attempt at redefining what a recession is.

CNN’s Kasie Hunt leads a panel discussion about the Biden administration’s attempt at redefining what a recession is. (CNN)

CNN editor at large Chris Cillizza mocked President Biden for sayingWe’re not going to be in a recession, 내 보기에” during an exchange with Fox News’ 피터 두시, telling Hunt, “‘In my view,’ I should be drafted into the NBA.

It doesn’t really matter what you think,” Cillizza said. “There is a technical definition, two straight quarters of negative economic growth. They clearly believe that is likely to come to pass later this week. They’re trying to pre-but it.

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We get why they’re doing it politically, 동시에, we have these terms for reasons,” Cillizza continued. “You don’t have to like it. 물론이야, they don’t like it because, 알 잖아, Joe Biden’s handling of the economy was at 25% 또는 30% in our most recent poll. 네, it’s a problem for themthis adds to the problem, but you don’t get to change the nomenclature in the middle of a campaign because it doesn’t work for you.

“다시 한번, voters are gonna feel what they feel in their lives no matter what they say,” Hunt added.

President Joe Biden told reporters on Monday, "We're not going to be in a recession, in my view."

President Joe Biden told reporters on Monday, “We’re not going to be in a recession, in my view.(Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images)

Several top aides and administration officials have made media appearances in recent days to tamp down recession fears.

Jared Bernstein of the White House Council of Economic Advisers insisted that neither Biden nor the White House was going tosugarcoatthe incoming GDP numbers, telling CNN on Saturday that only the National Bureau of Economic Research’s Business Cycle Dating Committee can determine whether 미국. 경제 is in a recession rather than looking at two quarters of decreased GDP.

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Treasure Secretary Janet Yellen asserted on Sunday that two quarters of negative GDP growth is not thetechnical definitionof a recession despite acknowledging that it is thecommondefinition, defining it on NBC as abroad-based contraction in the economybased on a wide range of data.

우리. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen insisted on Sunday that two quarters of negative GDP growth is not the "technical definition" of a recession.

우리. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen insisted on Sunday that two quarters of negative GDP growth is not thetechnical definitionof a recession. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

White House Director of the National Economic Council Brian Deese echoed Yellen in citing the so-called technical definitionof a recession, which he said on CNN involves amuch broader spectrum of data points,” and dismissed havingtechnical debates about backward-looking data.

White House adviser Gene Sperling also pushed similar talking points during his appearance on Fox News’ “이야기,” suggesting on Monday that thejobs marketplays a significant role in what actually contributes to a recession.

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