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Buttigieg says supply chain crisis ‘will continue into next year’

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‘Demand is off the charts’ and ‘our supply chains can’t keep up,’ transportation secretary says

By Jessica Chasmar


Department of Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Sunday that America’s supply chain disruptions are expected to continue into next year, claiming the bottleneck has been spurred, in part, by an unprecedented amount of demand brought on by President Biden’s economic recovery.

During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Buttigieg was asked by host Jake Tapper if Americans should prepare themselves for economic issues like the supply chain disruptions and inflation to get worse before they get better.

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