What We Know About Naomi Biden’s White House Wedding This Week
On Saturday, former first lady and presidential daughter, Naomi Biden, was married to her third husband, Joe Biden, at the historic White House.
Biden was first married to Kathleen Hartington Jackson in 1967, and the couple has five children, as well as grandchildren. Their son, Beau, announced that he would not be attending the wedding. He told reporters that he is “not a fan of the wedding industry” and “does not think the idea of having a wedding for the third time is fair to anyone.”
In a statement, Jackson said, “Joe and I have our differences but when we make that very public declaration, it is not fair to either of us. My family and I are not going to sit idly by and watch our three children be publicly mocked and embarrassed over a public faux pas that occurred 17 years ago.”
Naomi and Joe Biden are now married for the third time, after divorcing in 2001.
The former first lady and presidential daughter has a strong relationship with President Donald Trump, and she has regularly defended his policies in the past.
Trump has been particularly outspoken in his support for the former vice president, and the White House has referred to him as “son” to the president.
The White House has been under scrutiny in recent years following allegations that Trump had a decades-long sexual relationship with former Playboy model, Karen McDougal. McDougal claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006, and the allegations were recently brought to light by the Washington Post.
The White House has denied the allegations that were first reported by The Washington Post.
Following the initial reports, the president issued a statement in which he said he would fully cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
“I want to be clear: There was no one who came to the White House to meet with a Russian lawyer and offer