Where was he?
As controversies continue to surround the Biden family, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden celebrated the Easter weekend in private. On Thursday the Bidens arrived at Camp David and were not seen again until Sunday afternoon when they started traveling back to Washington, DC.
While the family spent the weekend at the Camp David presidential retreat, exact details on what they did during their visit or where they celebrated Easter mass have not been disclosed. The family may have had an invited priest to hold a private mass. In general, the guests visiting or leaving the presidential retreat are kept private.
Currently, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware is investigating Hunter Biden’s potential foreign business dealing as well as the allegations of tax fraud. The President is also under scrutiny as his approval rates have reached a new low with the Quinnipiac poll showing a 35 percent approval rate, while the CNBC polls were at 38 percent.
Upon their return to the White House, many members of the Biden family, including Ashley Biden, Hunter Biden, his wife Melissa Cohen, and their son Beau traveled back to Washington with the President.
According to reports from White House staff, Biden’s granddaughter Natalie also returned with the family.
On Easter Sunday a statement was released by the Bidens. It read “As we reflect today on Christ’s Resurrection, we are reminded that with faith, hope, and love — even death can be defeated.” They continued by saying it is “a day of joy and hope, of renewal and rebirth.”
On Monday, there were plans for the President and first lady to host an Easter egg roll and give a public statement at the White House.