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Trump loved the queen, but maybe up Biden to invite him to the funeral

  • President Donald Trump posted together tribute to the queen after her death on Thursday.
  • Biden said he would attend the funeral, but CNN reported it was up to invite him former US presidents.
  • around 2000 people expected to attend the Queen’s funeral, which set for September 19th.

The Royal Family announced on Saturday when the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II will accept place on September 19, but who will definitely make a guest list still up in in air.

The queen is dead on Thursday at the age of 96 after the historical 70-year governing body. Buckingham Palace has long planned for her death upon that her son, now King Charles III, immediately ascended the throne.

The coffin of the queen is prepared to lie in state in Westminster Hall for four days before the funeral allow in public pay tribute to. Officials expect more how one million people will take part.

An official The funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey, where the Queen was crowned and where she married Prince Philip. in 1947. About 2000 people. people expected, including the royal families of Europe and leaders from all over world.

President Joe Biden said Friday that while he doesn’t have details about the service yet, he will attend. Whether former US presidents will make a guest list unclear.

CNN reported on Friday that the UK is leaving this decision to Biden.

“A couple of diplomatic officials informed me that Buckingham Palace is leaving it. up country by country,” Jeff Zeleny, CEO of CNN. national affairs correspondent, said, noting that former President Barack Obama invited George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter with him to the funeral of Nelson Mandela in 2013.

“That’s it protocol for when US presidents invite other presidents,” he continued. – Who knows, maybe in spirit of forgive and give back to President Biden will invite Donald Trump on Board number one. I doubt this will happen, but I’m expecting some type of bipartisan delegation.

Former President Donald Trump, for part of it, was a vocal fan of the queen he met on several official state visits during his presidency. After news of her deathTrump shared a long tribute queen in a series of messages on The truth of social

“Melania and I will always cherish the time spent together. with Queen, and never forget Her Majesty’s generous friendship, great wisdom and great feeling of humor. What the grand and a beautiful lady she was – there was no one like her!” he wrote, adding: “God bless the queen, may she reign forever.” in our hearts and God bless her and Prince Philip in constant care.

Trump also shared a few photos of he and the Queen smile together during their visits.

Trump and Biden on on the other hand, maybe on more hostile terms like never since the president’s address on September 1 in who, according to him, “MAGA Republicans” represent danger to American democracy.

Discussing whether Biden would invite Trump to the funeral, CNN’s Jake Tupper said he thought it would be “smart.” move for the President to invite him and see if he goes.

“I do not think former President Trump would want be subordinate on Air Force One and I think he still prefers his own plane,” Tupper said.

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