The Bidens return to the White House with Hunter, Melissa and baby Beau after Camp David stay

The Bidens return to the White House with Hunter, Melissa and baby Beau after Camp David stay 2
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Joe and Jill Biden return to the White House with Hunter, his wife Melissa and their son Beau after a July 4 Camp David weekend and as Republicans vow to focus investigations on president’s son if they take majority

  • President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, along with son Hunter, his wife Melissa and baby Beau, arrived back in Washington Monday
  • The president and his family spent the weekend away at Camp David
  • Later Monday they will celebrate the Fourth of July with the traditional cook-out with military families on the South Lawn
  • Hunter Biden’s appearance comes as top House Republicans vow to investigate his business dealings if they win the majority  
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President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, along with son Hunter, his wife Melissa and baby Beau, arrived back in Washington Monday after spending a weekend away at Camp David. 

Later, the Bidens will celebrate the Fourth of July with the traditional cook-out with military families on the South Lawn. 

Hunter Biden’s appearance comes as top House Republicans, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, have vowed to pursue investigations into his business dealings if they take the majority in the House. 

In a July 1 op-ed for The New York Post, McCarthy and Reps. Jim Jordan and James Comer, wrote that Congressional Republicans’ investigation ‘have found Biden family members used their connections with Joe to enrich themselves through expectations of access and promises about what a Biden administration might do.’ 

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President Joe Biden waves to reporters upon arriving back in Washington, D.C. Monday, he's accompanied by (from left) First Lady Jill Biden, Melissa Cohen, Hunter Biden, baby Beau Biden

President Joe Biden waves to reporters upon arriving back in Washington, D.C. Monday, he’s accompanied by (from left) First Lady Jill Biden, Melissa Cohen, Hunter Biden, baby Beau Biden

Hunter Biden (right) holds his wife Melissa Cohen's hand (left) as he carries baby Beau after spending the weekend away at Camp David with the president and first lady

Hunter Biden (right) holds his wife Melissa Cohen’s hand (left) as he carries baby Beau after spending the weekend away at Camp David with the president and first lady 

President Joe Biden steps off Marine One Monday as he and his family returned from a weekend away at Camp David

President Joe Biden steps off Marine One Monday as he and his family returned from a weekend away at Camp David 

President Joe Biden sent out a tweet Monday morning to mark the Fourth of July, saying it's a time for the 'goodness' of the U.S. to be celebrated

President Joe Biden sent out a tweet Monday morning to mark the Fourth of July, saying it’s a time for the ‘goodness’ of the U.S. to be celebrated

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‘A Republican majority will be committed to uncovering the facts the Democrats, Big Tech and the legacy media have suppressed,’ the trio of GOP lawmakers said. 

Hunter Biden has been a top target of Congressional Republicans due to his business dealings in Ukraine and China while his father was serving as vice president. 

The president left Friday to spend a weekend with his family at Camp David, after recent trips to Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. 

On Monday morning to mark the Fourth, the president urged Americans to celebrate the ‘goodness’ of the nation.  

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‘The Fourth of July is a sacred day in our country – it’s a time to celebrate the goodness of our nation, the only nation on Earth founded based on an idea: that all people are created equal,’ the president wrote. 

‘Make no mistake, our best days still lie ahead,’ he added. 

Biden’s tweet came as many travelers faced frustrating delays and flight cancelations through the holiday weekend, chaos being dubbed ‘Airmageddon.’ 

Inflation has also made traveling by car and hosting a barbecue more expensive. 

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The president has paid for inflation in public opinion polls, with his Real Clear Politics polling average sitting at 38.4 per cent approval. 

Biden was also returning to the White House amid reports of another mass shooting –  with at least six killed in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park at a Fourth of July parade.  

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