Trump trolled Joe Biden for being seated 14 rows back in Westminster Abbey at the Queen’s funeral on Monday.
Joe and Nurse Jill were late on Monday to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in London.
Joe and Jill were forced to wait to be seated behind the procession of British military heroes.
Jill Biden’s black headband looked ridiculous.
Trump mocked Joe and Jill for being seated 14 rows back at the Queen’s funeral.
“This is what’s happened to America in just two short years. No respect! However, a good time for our President to get to know the leaders of certain Third World countries. If I were president, they wouldn’t have sat me back there—and our Country would be much different than it is right now!” Trump said on Truth Social on Monday.
Trump followed up another post slamming Joe Biden.
“In Real Estate, like in Politics and in Life, LOCATION IS EVERYTHING!!!”
Biden was seated behind the Emperor and Empress of Japan and the President of Poland Andrzej Duda.
The Bidens were also seated behind King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan, the Daily Mail reported.
The Daily Mail reported:
Donald Trump has mocked Joe Biden for being sat 14 rows back in at the Queen’s funeral and said if he was president he would have been moved closer to the front of the audience of 2,000 mourners.
Biden flew back to the United States on Air Force One straight after the ceremony – before the Queen’s committal and burial – after he was given an aisle seat among the 2,000 mourners from around the world at Westminster Abbey.
But he didn’t rank ahead of other royals: the Emperor and Empress of Japan were seated in the 6th row, behind European royals and the King of Jordan.
The Bidens arrived at the state funeral via their presidential car The Beast in a private motorcade while other world leaders rode together in buses. American security protocols for the president are strict and require him to travel in the armored car with security vehicles surrounding him.
During the hour-long memorial service, the president sat directly behind Andrzej Duda, the Polish leader, and directly in front of Petr Fiala, the prime minister of the Czech Republic.
Jill Biden sat next to Ignazio Cassis, the president of Switzerland.