Biden Had Wanted To Go Home Before the Bali G20 Summit Was Finished, Why?

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

President Joko Widodo revealed that the President of the United States, Joe Bidenapparently had wanted to go home on the first day Bali G20 Summit.

“Yes, it should be his first day [Biden] go home,” Jokowi told the editor-in-chief of a number of media after the G20 Summit in Bali.

Jokowi then said, “Here he is [Biden] someone says, ‘I want [unduh] son-in-law Had to set this up so it couldn’t be ‘long.'”



According to Jokowi, Biden had indeed said he could only attend one day of the summit. But in the end, Biden attended the Summit to the climax of the event.

Biden immediately headed home on the final day of the conference. In the US, preparations for the wedding of her granddaughter, Naomi Biden, await.

Biden’s eldest grandson will marry at the White House tomorrow, Saturday (19/11).

Associated Press reports that Naomi’s wedding has indeed attracted attention, especially since this kind of ceremony is so rarely held in the White House.

Based on the records of the White House Historical Association, this is the 19th wedding in the history of the building.

Not only that, this is the first time the grandson of a US president has held a wedding at the White House. Previously, nine of the president’s daughters were married in the government building.

Citizens of Uncle Sam’s Country were excited when Naomi announced that she would hold her wedding at the White House.

Netizens are increasingly in an uproar because Naomi will hold the party on the South Lawn or the South Lawn of the White House. There had never been a wedding before on the South Lawn.

Naomi showed off her wedding location directly through a photo on Twitter last July. In the photo, you can see a large courtyard with the Washington Monument in the background.

“We finally know where the ceremony will be held. We will be married on the South Lawn! Very happy,” wrote Naomi in the comments column.

The daughter of Hunter Biden and Kathleen Buhle will marry Neal, whom she has been dating for four years.

They first met because they were introduced by a friend in New York City. Since then, they have been in a relationship until they finally got engaged in September 2021.