I am always surprised by the peope who think the president of the US is an analog of the CEO of a corporation. They think he has relatively unlimited power over the economy of the country. The Democrats are now reluctantly admitting that this is not true in the matter of gasoline prices.
How about it? What power does the president have over this?
I am tempted to think that market play could be regulated to force prices down, but would that just drive the action overseas? pl