WASHINGTON D.C. — President Biden delivered remarks from the White House Tuesday focused largely on the medical impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act.

Prior to delivering his prepared speech on the topic of health care, the president addressed the federal government’s preparations for Hurricane Ian as well as its on-going efforts in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona.

While Biden’s remarks were set to be “focused on lowering health care costs and protecting and strengthening Medicare and Social Security,” according to the event listing on whitehouse.gov, he spent much of the time instead focused on the Republican Party and the upcoming November election.

The president did touch on one new piece of news announced that day: the premium for Medicare Part B would drop in 2023.

View his remarks in their entirety in the video above.