By
Christine Favocci
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November 24, 2022
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11:55 pm

Naomi Biden, granddaughter of President Joe Biden, has been living at White House for months

Naomi Biden, President Joe Biden's granddaughter, began living at the White House with then-fiance Peter Neal in the months leading up to their wedding, the Daily Wire reported. Naomi is the daughter of the president's troubled son, Hunter Biden.

The wedding was written up in Vogue and accompanied by a photo spread featuring the newlyweds and first lady Jill Biden. The young couple moved into the famous residence a few months before their Nov. 19 nuptials.

"When the couple's lease ran out on their DC apartment, they asked Nana and the president if they could move in for a few months while wedding planning, along with their mini Australian shepherd, Charlie, who can often be seen gamboling on the South Lawn with the Bidens' German shepherd, Commander," the publication explained. Vogue referred to the first lady as Nana and alternatively as Dr. Biden.

The president has often cited his Roman Catholic faith and is routinely referred to as a practicing, if not a devout, follower of the faith. Though sleeping arrangements were not covered, it's against Joe Biden's religion to host a cohabitating couple under his roof, even if it happens to be the White House.

"I try to remind myself it's the White House, but it also gets normalized over time," Naomi said. Leading up to the wedding, the bride-to-be asked that the press be excluded.

The high-fashion publication gushed over Naomi's designer wedding dress, or rather, dresses. "In a high-neck, long-sleeved Chantilly lace Ralph Lauren dress and carrying a bouquet of sweet peas and lily of the valley, Naomi was accompanied down the aisle by her parents, Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle, to a string quartet playing Verve's 'Bitter Sweet Symphony,'" it said. Naomi changed into another dress for a black tie reception and then a third dress for dancing.

Vogue did not comment on the song choice, but the lyrics include themes such as the futility and misery of a life chasing money. Perhaps it was a coincidence and not a purposeful nod to her father's woes as a shady dealmaker and drug addict.

Naomi mentioned her close relationship with the first lady and was featured in one photo relaxing in her grandmother's embrace. She acknowledged her grandfather with a cutesy quip about the president's love of ice cream.

"He used to be a Breyers guy all the way, but we've gotten him to upgrade to Graeter's," Naomi told the publication. At the wedding, the couple included her grandfather's favorite ice cream flavor from the brand, chocolate chocolate chip.

Noticeably absent save for one passing mention was Hunter Biden. The president's son, who has yet to acknowledge his illegitimate daughter sired with stripper Navy Jones Roberts, may be keeping a low profile as his incriminating laptop has now been acknowledged by the media.

Leading up to the wedding, the press was told they would not be allowed at the "family" event. "Naomi and Peter have asked that their wedding be closed to the media, and we are respecting their wishes," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre explained to members of the media even though Vogue digital released its fawning feature just a few days after the wedding.

Despite the best efforts of the establishment media, there is no hiding the sleaziness of this family. Now it's revealed that the president's granddaughter had been living in sin with her fiance at the White House -- and that's mild in comparison to the rest of the family's scandals.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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