The average price of gasoline surged 79 cents over the past two weeks to a record-setting $4.43 per gallon.
Consumers are paying $1.54 more than they were at the pump last year in the first few months under President Biden.
Although the White House has repeatedly tried to blame Russian President Vladimir Putin, the oil crisis and the worst inflation America has seen in 40 years began before Russia invaded Ukraine.
Many have started putting stickers of Biden with the words “I Did That!” at the pump around the country to show their disdain for his administration’s policies against oil and gas energy independence and push for electric vehicles.
The San Francisco Bay Area had the highest average price at $5.79 per gallon and Tulsa, Oklahoma recorded the lowest with $3.80.
Former President Trump predicted gas prices as high as $9 per gallon under Biden during the 2020 presidential campaign trail.
The previous record was set in July 2008 at $4.11.