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Jawdrop: Biden Starts Arguing with Own Party During Middle of SOTU

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Did Biden get booed by his own party?

President Joe Biden appeared to defend the use of natural gas and oil during Tuesday’s State of the Union address.

“We’re still going to need oil and gas for a while,” Biden said during a monologue about American energy infrastructure.

The remark drew applause from some Republican members of Congress.

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The same remark drew “boos” from some Democratic members of the audience.

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The “boos” in response to Biden’s limited defense of fossil fuels were significant.

Biden later outlined a timeline of “at least a decade” in which the United States would need fossil fuels.

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Biden also attacked energy companies he referred to as “Big Oil” in the speech, criticizing their profits amid the unstable gas prices that have accompanied his presidency.

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