Joe Biden on Wednesday arrived in St. Croix where he will spend the rest of the year at the beach. This is just one day after he returned to Washington DC from a vacation at Camp David, the presidential retreat in Catoctin Mountain Park in Maryland.
Biden and his family of grifters were spotted exiting Air Force One in the US Virgin Islands on Wednesday afternoon.
Joe Biden has spent 417 days – 39% of his presidency – on vacation without visitor logs.
Natalie Biden, Joe Biden’s late son Beau’s daughter joined the family vacation.
Biden has arrived in the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he’ll spend the rest of the year at the beach.
Biden has spent 417 days — 39% of his presidency — on vacation. pic.twitter.com/JWYXvGrvIv
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It is unclear where Joe Biden will be staying during his holiday in St. Croix to celebrate the New Year.
In 2022 Biden stayed at a beachfront villa owned by wealthy Biden-Democrat donors Bill and Connie Neville.
“Last year, he and his family stayed free of charge at the multimillion-dollar beachfront villa of wealthy donors Bill and Connie Neville — who gave more than $10,000 to Biden’s 2020 campaign and were among the select group admitted to the president’s first White House state dinner.” The New York Post reported.
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