During the interview, Ryan criticized President Joe Biden’s energy policies, claiming “there’s so much more that [Biden] could do” to reduce gas prices. He said the Biden administration won’t take steps to create American energy independence because of pressure from within the Democratic Party.
“Keystone [pipeline] is just one of many things that he could have. But again, the left doesn’t want him to make carbon prices lower. The left doesn’t want him to open American energy security and energy production. So he’s not,” Ryan said.
Beyond just energy policy, Ryan believes the Biden administration made a fatal mistake by allegedly governing too far to the left.
“The problem is he gave the keys to the left. If he governed in the middle and tried to get good centrist deals, he could have gotten it. But now, it’s past that time. We’re in campaign season now. So I think the die is cast, and that’s why I think we’re going to get a majority,” Ryan said.
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