The White House wraps up the year with lyrics by Taylor Swift

The White House began a review of US achievements in 2022 by citing Taylor Swift’s hit song “22.”

The review, which the White House posted on its website Thursday, has been credited to White House domestic policy adviser Susan Rice. rice later common highlights the review on Twitter.

“I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’m 22,” the White House criticism began. The line is lyric that appears in “22,” a song on Swift’s 2012 album Red which the singer/songwriter later released as a single.

After its lighthearted start, the White House document acknowledged that the world has faced “frightening challenges” over the past year, including the war between Russia and Ukraine, weather-related natural disasters and “stubbornly high inflation.”

“Yet 2022 also brought remarkable advances for the American people,” Rice wrote. The US has added more than 10.5 million jobs to the economy so far during President Joe Biden’s tenure, she said, and inflation “showed signs of slowing down” after the US posted its biggest rise in inflation in four decades.

The White House quotes text from Taylor Swift
Above, Taylor Swift is photographed performing on stage on September 20th in Nashville, Tennessee. On Thursday, the White House released an overview of America’s achievements in 2022, which began with a quote from Swift’s 2012 hit “22.”
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The review continued by noting that 2022 was marked by “historic achievements,” ranging from the Inflation Reduction Act and new gun safety legislation to the Respect for Marriage Act and Biden’s announcement of student loan debt relief for qualifying borrowers, which the US Supreme Court is expected to consider early next year.

Rice said the achievements mentioned at the beginning of the review are an “impressive list” but represent “just the tip of the iceberg.”

“For every high-profile bill signed on the South Lawn, there have been dozens of other highly impactful executive branch actions, regulatory regulations, and notable initiatives focused on creating opportunity for the American people,” Rice wrote.

The document then listed 12 other achievements made since the beginning of the year, including continued work to promote justice and racial justice, an executive order to promote “safe, effective and accountable community policing”, investments in tribal nations and Bidens Decision to pardon federal charges related to simple marijuana possession, among other things.

Rice’s report concluded by stating that the various accomplishments she cited showed that the Biden administration had addressed “some of our nation’s most difficult challenges” and solved those problems.

“This is the spirit that made our administration thrive in 2022, and it is the spirit that we are carrying into 2023,” Rice wrote.

The Biden administration faces a divided Congress in the New Year after Democrats retained control of the US Senate but lost control of the House of Representatives to Republicans during the 2022 midterm elections.

As Biden and White House officials prepare to tackle the remaining two years of his first term, Swift continues to break records in the music industry, with Universal Music Group announcing her album last week midnightreleased in October, was her fifth album to sell more than 1 million album units in its first week of release, making her the only artist to do so for five albums.

Swift is expected to begin the US leg of her upcoming tour in May.

news week has reached out to Universal Music Group for comment.

https://www.newsweek.com/white-house-sums-year-2022-taylor-swift-22-lyric-1770277 The White House wraps up the year with lyrics by Taylor Swift

Rick Schindler

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