White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain was eviscerated by critics Thursday for endorsing a tweet that claimed inflation and provide chain points affecting the nation have been “high class problems.” 

“Most of the economic problems we’re facing (inflation, supply chains, etc.) are high class problems. We wouldn’t have had them if the unemployment rate was still 10 percent. We would instead have had a much worse problem,” Harvard professor Jason Furman wrote in a tweet that Klain retweeted, saying, “This,” with emoji arms pointing downward.

Furman served as chair of the Council of Economic Advisers below President Barack Obama.

Since taking workplace, the Biden administration has overseen a rising inflation price that reached its highest level in 13 years. The surge has been accompanied in an increase in costs for meals, fuel, vehicles, TVs, and a spread of imported items.

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Critics lambasted Klain on social media, describing him as being “disconnected from reality,” and suggesting he inform that to a single mother paying extra on the fuel pump and grocery retailer. 

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Other critics questioned the message Klain was sending with the tweet, suggesting it wasn’t an excellent one, particularly for retirees and households whose wealth was “potentially being destroyed” by excessive inflation charges. 

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“Hard to imagine a more ignorant, arrogant or elitist statement than dismissing runaway inflation and collapsed supply chains as ‘high class problems,'” wrote former White House advisor Stephen Miller, whereas different critics advised Klain and the remaining of the Biden administration have been merely “out of touch” with working Americans.

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A quantity of Republican teams and members of Congress additionally blasted Klain, with House Republican Conference Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., writing that inflation was “a tax on every American,” and Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., citing his time residing on a low revenue, writing that inflation “hurts low income families the most.”