President Joe Biden Will Not Be Attending King Charles’ Coronation Next Month
As the world prepares to promote King Charles into the position he’s been waiting for his entire life, millions of people are gearing up for his coronation (aka the Windsor Family Reunion). But it looks like King Charles is not only having trouble trying to book musical acts for his big day, but it looks like he’s having trouble with the guest list too. The Telegraph reports that President Biden will turn down an invitation to King Chucky’s May 6th coronation. A lot of people are already letting King Charles know he is not their king, so tensions already been high surrounding his coronation. However, although Joe Biden will reportedly RSVP “Hell No, but thanks” he will be sending some dignitaries in his stead, and one of them could potentially be First Lady Jill Biden.
Sources tell The Telegraph that Biden can’t be bothered with King Chuck’s fancy-pants party celebrating his ascension to the throne. Instead, he has more pressing matters to attend to, like an upcoming visit to Northern Ireland. Sources say that President Biden’s old ass really doesn’t want to make two trips across the pond in one month, and so is choosing to do the Northern Ireland trip later this month instead of toasting to King Chuck. But Biden may literally be taking the phrase “Get someone else to do it” as his motto, and that someone else may be his wife Jill Biden.
The Telegraph understands that the US president will reject Buckingham Palace’s invitation to the event on May 6.
Sources have pointed out he is scheduled to visit Northern Ireland for an event later this month, but those close to the President, 80, are also keen to restrict his international movements to avoid him becoming too tired to perform his domestic duties.
Mr Biden is shortly expected to announce his intention to stand again in the 2024 presidential race and is also travelling to the G7 summit in Japan next month.
A source close to discussions on his attendance of the Coronation said: “The guy is 80. They space out his big bursts of activity quite considerably.
This isn’t necessarily a snub because when Queen Elizabeth was crowned in 1953, President Eisenhower didn’t show up for her coronation either, so I guess Joe just wants to keep this tradition alive between our nations. In any case, this is one political decision I think we all can agree on because most of us would probably skip that mess as well.