Joe Biden will be the 13th US President to meet with the Queen of Britain. The Queen has met with all US Presidents, from Dwight Eisenhower to Dwight Eisenhower in her nearly 70-year rule.
London. president of america Joe Biden Queen Elizabeth II is due to meet at Windsor Castle, the residence of the royal family, on Sunday after a summit of leaders of the G7 group in southwest England. He is the 13th US President to meet the 95-year-old Queen. The White House reported that Biden had previously met him in 1982, when he was a senator. Ahead of the Queen and Biden meeting, the G7 leaders will attend a ceremony on Friday that will also be attended by the Queen, his son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Charles’ son Prince William and his wife Kat. The Queen has met with all US presidents, from Dwight Eisenhower to her nearly 70-year rule.
Lyndon Johnson did not come to Britain during his tenure, so he did not meet the Queen. The Queen came to Washington in 1951, when she was 25 years old. That President Harry S. Truman and his family as the White House was undergoing renovations and the President was staying with his family at the Blair House. Her personal relationships with American leaders underscore the importance of America to Britain and to the Queen herself. Robert Hardman, author of ‘Queen of the World’, stated that by the time of World War II she had become aware of the key role of the trans-Atlantic alliance in modern Britain’s history. “She grew up thinking America is the kind of savior that saved Europe in the darkest days of war,” she told the AP. Former President Donald Trump met the Queen at Windsor Castle in July 2018. Although then there were large-scale demonstrations against him in London. Trump was also criticized for breaking protocol before the Queen.
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