President Biden Delivers Remarks on the Economy
President Biden arrives in Cleveland, OH where he will visit the downtown campus of Cuyahoga Community College. He will tour an advanced manufacturing training site for students – which includes a fabrication lab with laser and 3D printers used to train students for future careers in manufacturing and technology. He will then make remarks on the economy.
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