Joe won't get near the blame he deserved.
The national average price of gasoline in the U.S. today broke the existing record, rewriting the all-time high to todayís $4.104 per gallon, according to GasBuddy, the leading fuel savings platform saving North American drivers the most money on gas. The previous all-time high was set back in 2008 at $4.103 per gallon, just ahead of the U.S. Great Recession and housing crisis. The national average price of diesel is also nearing a new record, now at $4.63 per gallon, likely to break the record of $4.846 per gallon in the next two weeks.
It still has a looooooooong way to go.