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Remarks by President Biden Before Air Force One Departure

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Joint Base Andrews  •  Prince George's County, MD  •  June 9  •  8:26 A.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: You dropped your phone. You dropped your phone.

    Watch out for the cicadas. I just got one — it just got me.

    Q:  What's your main goal today when you get over there?

    THE PRESIDENT: Strengthening the alliance and make it clear to Putin and to China that Europe and the United States are tight, and the G7 is going to move.

    Q:  Mr. President, do you expect to come out with a vaccine strategy for the world?

    THE PRESIDENT: I have one and I'll be announcing it. Thank you.

    Q:  Do you expect that Putin will be able to work out any kind of understanding with you on the cyberattacks?

    THE PRESIDENT: Who knows at this point. It's going to be a subject of our discussion.

END  •  8:27 A.M. EDT



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