Remarks to Reporters at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland
We're finally going to make infrastructure begin to work. We're making a major investment, as you know, up in a great city with an airport that's really behind the times, as most are.
And we're going to be spending a lot of money, and we're going to get it done quickly. And we're going to go all through America, making our airports the best in the world again. That's what this is about.
And then I'm going to be going up to Kennedy Library. And at the library, we're going to be talking about my commitment to defeating cancer.
This is a—you know, all the way back in '62, the Moonshot was announced. We're going to have a Moonshot for cancer, for real. We're going to cure cancer over time. I'm going to lay out how we're going to do that.
So, anyway, thank you very much.
Q. Mr. President, how come you—how do you view——
Q. Mr. President, do you think the offensive in Ukraine can be sustained?
NOTE: The President spoke at 10:04 a.m. on the tarmac prior to boarding Air Force One en route to Boston, MA. A portion of these remarks could not be verified because the audio was incomplete.
Joseph R. Biden, Remarks to Reporters at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/357822