Buttigieg Says US Supply Chain Issues Will 'Certainly' Continue Into 2022


Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg predicted on Sunday that supply chain issues facing the U.S. will continue into 2022.

  • Buttigieg told CNN's Jake Tapper, "Look, part of what's happening isn't just the supply side, it's the demand side. Demand is off the charts. This is one more example of why we need to pass the infrastructure bill."
  • Buttigieg added that $17 billion in the President's plan is for ports which is needed to solve "long-term issues that have made us vulnerable to these kinds of bottlenecks."
  • Biden's infrastructure bill, which also includes money for roads and bridges has passed the Senate but is now stalled in the House.
  • What have you noticed missing from store shelves because of the supply chain issues?

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