Joe Biden is using the people’s house as a catering hall this weekend.
We don’t get to see what is going on, however.
That would be because the media has been banned from the wedding of Joe Biden’s granddaughter.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre broke the news to the media.
She stated, “Naomi and Peter [Neal] have asked that their wedding be closed to the media and we are respecting their wishes.
“This is their wish and we should be thrilled and happy for them in making this really important step in their lives.”
Well, then, maybe they should not be getting married in our house!
In history, there have only been 18 weddings at the White House.
There has been only one in the last century, so this is kind of a big deal historically speaking.
NBC reporter Kristen Welker stated, “Looking at all of this video and images that we have of Tricia Nixon’s wedding, Alice Roosevelt Longworth’s wedding, [first daughter Lynda Bird Johnson’s] wedding and the historic record that now exists because the press was let in and able to get a glimpse of it — why not just let the press in for a few minutes to have access?”
Jean-Pierre responded, “I totally understand that. It’s happening at the people’s house. It’s a beautiful moment. It’s a joyous moment.
“It is a family event, it is. And we are going to respect Naomi and Peter’s wishes.
“This is going to be the wedding of the first lady and the president’s first grandchild, and these are their wishes.
“They want it to be private and we’re going to respect their wishes.
“We are going to provide a photo and a statement from the president and the first lady after the wedding. And again, these are their wishes and we’re going to respect that.”
Well, that is fine, then they can pay We the People a fee for the use of our house as a catering hall.
I think a few thousand per taxpayer would cover the tab!
Source: New York Post