It is a fact that once you step into White House administration, you are changed. You became one of the important leaders of the world and you desired to be addressed.
But for President Joe Biden, there’s one thing that seems to be a mainstay no matter what his proximity to the Oval Office is: his relationship with his grandchildren.
Biden’s first 100 days were so busy making essential decisions after Trump at White House. Understandably, this means that dividing his attention between his duties as president and as a member of his family unit can mean he has to reconfigure some things.
As per CNN, April report, it seems Biden is doing his best to juggle both, especially when it comes to his grandchildren.
President Biden is making time for his grandchildren
Biden and his 7 grandchildren done his best to maintain a steady, close, and healthy relationship, according to CNN report. It added, Biden’s hard and fast rule is if any of them (or all of them) call him at any time, he will always take the call.
It’s a rule he stuck to throughout his campaign for the presidency in 2020, in which he would call and text them each every day to check in.
His one of grandchildren revealed, “no topic is off limits,” though the kid who calls Biden “Pop” rather than president then added that “sometimes the kids don’t want to tell him everything.”
In 1972, Biden’s first wife, Neilia, died in a car accident along with their infant daughter, Naomi. Years later, Biden’s son Beau, a decorated military veteran, died from brain cancer in 2015 at the age of 46.
Due to family tragedies, he is dedicated to keep his children and grandchildren close isn’t all that surprising.