The President’s First Day in Office Was a Lies

Biden falsely claims the most common gas price was over $5 when he took office. He was right.

It’s a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts. They looked at the price of gas on the day Obama became president. His first day in office was January 20. The price was $3.05, which was $3.10 after a gallon of gas was pumped and $1.50 before.

The cost of gas was lower when Obama took office because the price of the gas went up, and the gas tax went down. What’s more, the price of oil increased by 50 cents per gallon, which meant less fuel to get to the pump.

Of course, Obama did nothing to help. He said nothing about gas prices and he actually cut fuel efficiency standards, which helped the price of gas go down.

The President lied about the price of gas in one of the most crucial first days of his presidency that will go down in history. There were many lies. We’ll get to them in a minute.

First, Biden falsely claims the gas price was over $5 when he took office. He was right. On January 20, 2013 the price was $3.05, which was $3.10 after a gallon of gas was pumped and $1.50 before.

The amount of a gallon of gas that Obama could have gotten to his office before he took office were:

A tank of gas sold at the gas pump in April 2013: $3

A tank of gas sold at the gas pump in January 2013: $3.10

A tank of gas sold at the gas pump in December 2013: $3

A gallon of gas sold at the gas pump in April 2013: $3.50

A gallon of gas sold at the gas pump in January 2013: $3.10.

That means that he could have gotten to his office at the rate of $1.50 a gallon in April 2013, and $3.

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