May 14, 2022
That’s not how it works boss: Critics pounce on Biden tweet that suggests having corporations pay their fair share would help to reduce inflation
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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released new consumer price index data earlier this week. "The all items index increased 8.3 percent for the 12 months ending April, a smaller increase than the 8.5-percent figure for the period ending in March," the BLS noted.
As Americans are sinking in a raging sea of inflation, 80 U.S. senators on Thursday voted in favor of confirming Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell to a second term.
"President Biden has a plan to tackle inflation – by lowering costs that families face and lowering the federal deficit by asking the large corporations and the wealthiest Americans to pay their fair share," a White House press release states.
The release says that, "one of the main ways Congress and the executive branch can act to lower price pressures is to reduce the federal budget deficit."
"President Biden’s plan will make the wealthiest Americans and largest corporations pay their fair share, including through a new Billionaires’ Minimum Income Tax. By enacting reforms to make corporations and the wealthiest Americans pay their fair share, Congress can lower the deficit even more, while also lowering costs for families," the press release states.
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‘I don’t give a s***’ – Jake Paul explains why he doesn’t care if critics refuse to take him seriously as a boxer
JAKE PAUL has claimed he does not "give a s***" whether he is taken seriously as a boxer or not.
The YouTuber-turned prizefighter is 5-0 with four knockouts since his professional debut in 2020.2Jake Paul does not 'give a s***' whether he is taken seriously as a boxer or notCredit: Getty Images - Getty
But he has faced criticism of his opponents and record for not yet facing a recognised boxer.
Despite the naysayers, Paul has insisted it does not bother him - having heard similar in his past entertainment career.
He said on Uninterrupted's The Shop podcast: "I don’t give a s***, you know.
"When I was younger, the comments definitely affected me because I wasn't as confident.Read More boxing stories PAUL FOR IT Olympian Clarke inundated with messages to face Jake Paul after accepting offerPAUL FOR IT McGregor trolled by UFC star Costa with mocked up Jake fight picture
"When I started making it on Vine, eventually, I became numb to it.
"Now I don't care what people say unless it's a well-crafted thought from someone who is successful and has walked at least somewhat in my shoes."
Paul last fought in December in a short-notice rematch against Tyron Woodley, 40, after Tommy Fury, 23, pulled out.
He knocked out replacement Woodley, having previously beaten the ex-UFC champion on points in August.Most read in SportINFLUENCER BEATDOWN Creator Clash - stream, start time, fight card for idubbz vs Dr MikeGO WITH THE FLO Mayweather leaves out Tyson and Ali in his list of top five greatest boxersSECONDS OUT Tyson and Mayweather's 22-year feud explained as their ongoing spat continuesHIATUS EXTENDED Phil Mickelson withdraws from PGA Championship after Saudi Arabia comments
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It added to KOs over gamer 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37.
Paul recently announced he will return on August 13 for his sixth professional bout.
And the American revealed his training camp has started well ahead of schedule.
Paul told SunSport: “I seem to not be able to stay out of the gym.
"I’m sort of always working out. Even when I was on the break, I was still jogging or whatever.
"I dunno, I just feel like my body just craves that workout and that feeling of being in the gym.
“So, yeah I just always end up starting my camps way earlier than expected.”2Jake Paul training for his next fightCredit: Instagram / @jakepaul