There! Looks like Whoopi Goldberg is Caitlin Jenner’s bad side after the comments she made about Joe Biden’s defense of “The View” amid rising gas prices and a shortage of baby formulas. Whoopi said: “Gas prices are good because of everything President Biden has done. It’s just something he will absorb. ” During the discussion, Sunny Host joined in, mentioning the war in Ukraine, and Whoopi stressed the lack of formula.

“People want baby food, baby formula, it’s not him either. This is on Abbott [Nutrition.] I notice when people talk about things like that, no one ever says, you know, “That’s the reason for this, and that’s how we have to deal with it,” she said.

Caitlin didn’t feel Whoopi’s comments and tweeted,

“Come on, @WhoopiGoldberg … I’ve known you for many years and I think you’re such a good soul. But it crosses the border. ” She added: “Biden is the most ineffective leader, like many of his appointments, and this administrator is very responsible for this and has not provided effective solutions.”

Despite the public criticism he has received, President Biden is taking steps to address the shortcoming. According to CNBC, on Wednesday, he cited the Defense Manufacturing Act, which would increase production of baby formulas and alleviate the nationwide deficit caused by the closure of a key plant in Michigan.

The law gives the country’s leader broad powers to require companies to set priorities in the production and distribution of goods in response to the crisis. The law was passed in 1950 during the Korean War. In addition, President Biden requires suppliers to send ingredients to baby formula makers earlier than any other company that could place orders for the same goods. To ensure proper enforcement of the Act, President Biden also ordered the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture to use Department of Defense aircraft to pick up infant formula from abroad that meets U.S. health and safety standards.

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