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For the 1 in 4 Americans living with a disability, the ADA is more than a law.

It’s the key to equality, opportunity, and independence.
 
Join the First Lady and I as we deliver remarks to celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act and mark Disability Pride. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
I convened the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health to achieve an ambitious goal that I know we can meet together:

End hunger in this country by the year 2030. And lower the toll that diet-related disease takes on too many Americans.
 
In every country in the world and in every state in this country – no matter what else divides us – if parents cannot feed their children, nothing else matters.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health and discuss our goal of ending hunger and diet-related illness in America. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Because of the Inflation Reduction Act, Medicare will finally have the power to negotiate lower prescription drug prices.

Seniors will see their out-of-pocket costs for drugs limited to $2,000 a year compared to the tens of thousands that some are paying now.

That's a godsend.
 
Bringing people together, inspiring us to do better by the power of your example — that’s sports. That’s America. And that’s why I was honored to host the 2021 Atlanta Braves at the White House.
 
I'm doing everything in my power to strengthen and protect Medicare.

158 House Republicans have signed on to a budget that would cut it.
 
Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, if you have Medicare’s prescription drug coverage – Part D – to pay for your prescriptions, more of your shots will be free.

We’re making real progress helping folks get just a little more breathing room.
 
Today, @HHSgov announced that premiums for Medicare Part B will decrease next year. That’s the fee you pay for Medicare to cover your visits to your doctor.

For years that fee has gone up.

But now, for the first time in more than a decade, it'll go down.
 
FEMA Administrator Criswell and I just called Tampa Mayor @JaneCastor, St. Petersburg @MayorKenWelch, and Clearwater Mayor Hibbard to discuss preparations for Hurricane Ian including the efforts we're taking to encourage evacuations and pre-position resources for Florida. pic.twitter.com/aBCvPsa76E
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I've approved a Federal Emergency Declaration and have instructed Administrator Criswell to ensure that all available federal support is surged to Florida to prepare and respond to the Hurricane. I encourage Florida families to heed evacuation orders.
 
FEMA Administrator Criswell and I just called Tampa Mayor @JaneCastor, St. Petersburg @MayorKenWelch, and Clearwater Mayor Hibbard to discuss preparations for Hurricane Ian including the efforts we're taking to encourage evacuations and pre-position resources for Florida.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks focused on lowering health care costs and protecting and strengthening Medicare and Social Security. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
Fair competition is what made America the wealthiest, most innovative nation in history.

And I'm committed to bringing competition back to our economy.
 
Capitalism without competition isn’t capitalism.

It's exploitation.
 
Competition is the heart of capitalism. That's why I mobilized my entire Administration to promote it in our economy.

Today, the White House Competition Council met to discuss actions they've taken to deliver for families and set a course for further steps in years ahead.
 
For decades, we've seen less competition and more concentration in our economy.

That's why I signed an Executive Order committing the government to full enforcement of our antitrust laws.

No more tolerance for abusive monopolies.
 
I never gave up on American manufacturing and neither did the American people.

I put “Make It in America” at the heart of my economic plan. And it's working.
 
I was honored to host the 2021 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves at the White House today.

One of history’s greatest turnarounds, their first title in 26 years didn't come easy. But I know in Georgia, you show up when it counts.

They kept the faith. Congrats, fellas.
 
This wasn’t an accident. It’s what my Administration has been building toward.

Companies at home and abroad are making more things in America – not just because it's better for their supply chains. But because we're building an economy that makes their investment worthwhile.
U.S. manufacturers have now added enough jobs to regain all that they shed during the pandemic — and then some. nyti.ms/3LMEjQG
 
Join me as I welcome the 2021 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves to the White House. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
This Rosh Hashanah, Jewish communities will celebrate the birth of the world and the beginning of a new year.

Jill and I offer warm wishes to those observing. May your prayers be heard and faith revitalized — and may you and your loved ones be inscribed in the Book of Life.
 
I'm focused on investing in America.

Republicans in Congress are focused on placing foundations like reproductive health care, Medicare, and Social Security on the chopping block.
 
No one tell Commander that summer's over.
 
On his final tour, Jill and I invited Sir Elton John to the People's House.

I proudly presented @eltonofficial with the National Humanities Medal for a legacy of challenging convention, shuttering stigma, and advancing the truth that all of us deserve to be treated with dignity.
 
Getting your annual flu shot is the first and most important step in preventing flu and protecting those around you.

This morning, I received my flu shot. Make a plan to get yours this fall too: vaccines.gov/find-vaccines/
 
It's time we ban assault weapons in this country.
 
Congressional Republicans can talk all they want about spending.

Their tax bill added $2 trillion to the deficit.

My economic plan isn't just paid for, it'll reduce the deficit by hundreds of billions.
 
With the Inflation Reduction Act, we'll bring down energy costs for working households and create millions of good-paying jobs making clean energy in America.

We fought for what was right, and we're delivering.
 
The Inflation Reduction Act will save working families hundreds of dollars a year on energy costs thanks to tax credits and rebates that'll help folks buy new efficient appliances, weatherize their homes, and more.
 
Today, @VP and I met with our team for an update on global economic developments.

I’ve focused our country’s strategy on long term growth, manufacturing, and fiscal discipline.

We think this strategy has set us up to navigate global economic challenges as strongly as possible. pic.twitter.com/uVdNceK2sf
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We’ve made progress on my plan to lower prices. We passed the Inflation Reduction Act, and other legislation that cuts costs. I also pushed my team to press energy companies to pass their savings on lower oil prices onto consumers, so they’ll save more money at the pump.
 
Today, @VP and I met with our team for an update on global economic developments.

I’ve focused our country’s strategy on long term growth, manufacturing, and fiscal discipline.

We think this strategy has set us up to navigate global economic challenges as strongly as possible.
 
For what it’s worth, I happen to think the best way to figure out what Congressional Republicans’ commitments are is to look at the ones they’ve already made.
 
We're surging federal resources to Puerto Rico, and we’ll do everything we can to meet their urgent needs and help rebuild.

We’ll be with the people of Puerto Rico now and for the long road to recovery.
 
To the people of Puerto Rico who are still reeling from Hurricane Maria 5 years later:
 
We are with you now and going forward.
And we will get through this together.
 
I welcome @IsraeliPM Lapid's courageous statement at the UN General Assembly: “An agreement with the Palestinians, based on two states for two peoples, is the right thing for Israel’s security, for Israel’s economy, and for the future of our children.”

I could not agree more.
 
Today I met with President Marcos of the Philippines.

Our nations' relationship is rooted in democracy, common history, and people-to-people ties, including millions of Filipino-Americans who enrich our nation.

Our alliance is strong and enduring.
 
Yesterday, I approved an expedited major disaster declaration to get resources to Puerto Rico fast.

And today, I've authorized 100% federal funding for debris removal, search and rescue, power and water restoration, and shelter and food for a month.

We are in this together.
 
Join me as I deliver remarks ahead of my briefing on Hurricane Fiona’s impact on Puerto Rico and the ongoing federal government response. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
The U.S. is a proud founding member of the Global Fund, a coalition fighting to reduce HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria deaths around the world.

Yesterday, through governments and private partners, we raised a record $14.25 billion – the most in the fund’s history.
 
Gas prices fell by $1.30 this summer, that's good news for families.

But energy companies are making record profits and retailer margins are 30% above normal.

That’s money that should be in folks' pockets. Industry must pass savings on to consumers by lowering prices. Now.
 
The United States is determined to defend and strengthen democracy at home and around the world.

Because I believe democracy remains humanity’s greatest instrument to address the challenges of our time.
 
Today, I approved an Expedited Major Disaster Declaration for Puerto Rico in the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Fiona.

I will continue to ensure the full force of the Federal government is mobilized to support the people of Puerto Rico.
 
The nations of the world are united still.
 
Today marks Black Women's Equal Pay Day, a reminder of the pay disparities that erode fairness in America.

I remain committed to eradicating barriers that have long held Black women back from full participation and fair treatment in the workplace.
 
Today I sat down with United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss.

We spoke about the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and a range of shared challenges including Russia’s war in Ukraine, challenges posed by China, and securing sustainable and affordable energy supplies.
 
Tune in as I deliver remarks at the Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment Conference. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
The members of the United Nations are not witnesses to history.

We are its authors.
 
I joined UN Secretary-General @AntonioGuterres to reaffirm the partnership between the U.S. and the United Nations.

We discussed the threat of Russia's war in Ukraine to the UN Charter and global community and the need for swift action to address climate and food insecurity.
 
Today, I joined fellow leaders at the United Nations General Assembly with one resounding message: the nations of the world are united still.

Let us stand together to declare our resolve. And bend the arc of history toward a freer and more just world for all our children.
 
 
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