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Residents from Biden's home state sound off on gas prices as inflation rages on
Delaware residents decry high gas prices, compare Biden to Carter
Residents of Wilmington, Delaware said they are budgeting more, traveling less, and using mobile apps to combat high gas prices.
Residents of Delaware, President Biden's home state, sounded off on the pain they're feeling at the pump.
"President Biden, he's the cause of this," Jamar, of Wilmington, told Fox News. "What the influx of gas prices also suggests is that President Biden is going to have a similar legacy as Jimmy Carter."
But Terece, a woman from the Wilmington area, said: "Biden can only do so much. I don't think you should put blame on just one particular party."
The national average cost of a regular gallon of gasoline hit a new all-time high at $4.37 on Tuesday, according to AAA. Also on Tuesday, Biden said that combating the worst inflation in 40 years was his top domestic priority.