Biden Sat Far Behind at Queen’s Funeral
The Us president is spotted seated behind all the leaders at Queen’s funeral. Does Biden fear death or corpse, or what would have caused him to stay behind every leader at the funeral?
Much has been made of the United States President Biden seated far behind the first column up to the 14th row at Westminster Abbey.
It became even more serious when former US President Trump said he would’ve sat in a better place if it was him.
President Trump, like many Americans, expressed their thoughts on Social media regarding Biden sitting position.
What is it with a full United States President Joe Biden sitting in the 14th row far behind everyone else in London at Queen’s funeral?
Why Biden Sat Far Behind at Queen’s Funeral
Biden sat directly behind Polish leader Andrzej Duda and one row ahead of Czech Republic Prime Minister Petr Fiala.
Well, it is said that the ceremony had over 2,200 invited guests, and President Joe Biden was number 500 on the list.
That explains why he sat far behind. The first lady, Jill Biden, accompanied him to the funeral, graced by thousands of heads of state across the globe.
Ignazio Cassis, the president of Switzerland, was seated to the left of the first lady, Jill Biden, and to many Americans, that was not their seat.
After all, they are the superpower and should show other countries where to sit; their president was probably sitting in the front row.
Trump Became Concerned
Taking to his social platform, Truth Social, Trump did not spare Biden for sitting far behind at the queen’s funeral in England.
“This is what’s happened to America in just two short years. No respect!” Trump wrote on the platform.
“However, a good time for our President to get to know the leaders of certain Third World countries,” Trump added.
“If I were president, they wouldn’t have sat me back there—and our Country would be much different than it is right now!”
How will President Biden explain himself for sitting on the 14th row? Maybe, he should avoid coming late.
Written by Harry The Trends Editor