SAN DIEGO (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden will visit the Port of San Diego to tout the Obama administration's record on trade enforcement.
The White House says Biden is set to deliver remarks Wednesday afternoon at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal.
He is expected to say that since 2009 the administration has brought more trade enforcement cases at the World Trade Organization than any other WTO member and has won all that have been decided. The White House says those victories have helped remove trade barriers and increase export opportunities worth billions of dollars to American workers, farmers, and businesses.
Following his remarks in San Diego, Biden will travel to Los Angeles to attend ESPN's Espy Awards.