On Tuesday, Ruhle noted that Democrats don't talk about their economic record due to how they're "bashful."
On "The Reid Out," Joy Reid noted that a recent poll showed that Americans were displeased with the economy.
"Despite the high prices, Ruhle noted that the economy is not in the toilet yet.
As Republicans continue to push the narrative that Democrats are out of touch with the American people, the party should start talking about their policies instead."
According to Reid, the Republican messaging is "theatrical." She also noted that voters often tell her that they had more money under Donald Trump's presidency.
"Although Republicans are quick to point out that the economy is doing well, Ruhle noted that it is not perfect and that there are still areas where the country is not doing well. Democrats, on the other hand, need to do a better job of running a victory lap when it comes to economic gains."
A survey conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News revealed that about four in 10 Americans have become financially worse off since Biden took office.
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