Dr. Jill and Joe hosted French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at a lavish state dinner Thursday night.
More than 300 guests, including far-left, America-hating celebrities, joined the Bidens and the Macrons at the state dinner.
Biden’s crackhead son Hunter will also be attending the dinner.
Why? Why was Hunter Biden invited to a White House party where he will have access to powerful lawmakers, billionaires and French elites?
The night started off awkward when Joe Biden got a little too close to Brigitte Macron.
French President Emmanuel Macron and Mrs. Brigitte Macron arrive at the White House State Dinner. pic.twitter.com/l15AH1r8RR
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Hunter will be rubbing elbows with the rich, powerful and famous tonight.
They just throw it in our faces.
The New York Post reported:
First son Hunter Biden will join the most powerful and influential members of US and French society Thursday night at his father’s first state dinner as president, according to the official guest list.
The disgraced first son has been a pervasive presence near his father since mid-November as House Republicans vow to probe President Biden’s role in his family’s lucrative foreign consulting work.
Billionaires on the guest list included LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault, the world’s second richest man after Elon Musk, Apple CEO Tim Cook, fashion designer Christian Louboutin, Manchester United co-owner Avram Glazer, French-Lebanese transport exec Rodolphe Saade and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs’ widow Laurene Powell Jobs.
Also making the cut were IBM CEO Arvind Krishna, Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury, Boeing CEO David Calhoun, Walgreens CEO Rosalind Brewer and Louis Vuitton executive vice president Delphine Arnault, along with union bosses Mary Kay Henry of the SEIU and Elizabeth Shuler of the AFL-CIO.
Political leaders also received invites, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), who had just been trailed by anti-trust legislation protesters nearby, and Govs. John Bell Edwards (D-La.), Ned Lamont (D-Conn.), John Carney (D-Del.), JB Pritzker (D-Ill.), Phil Murphy (D-NJ).