UPDATE: He’s Back! President Biden Returned to Rehoboth Beach Friday Night

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President Biden returns to Rehoboth Beach Friday night on Marine 1 / Photo courtesy Mark G

UPDATED – 05/31/24 – 7:20pm – President Biden returned to Rehoboth Beach round 7pm on Friday after a couple of events at the White House during the afternoon – including welcoming the Kansas City Chiefs to celebrate their championship season and win in Super Bowl 58. The President left Washington about an hour earlier than expected. The President is expected to remain until Monday morning – he has no public schedule over the weekend.

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UPDATED – 05/31/24 – President Biden left Rehoboth Beach by motorcade Friday morning and then flew from Dover to Washington for a couple of events at the White House during the afternoon – including welcoming the Kansas City Chief to celebrate their championship season and win in Super Bowl LVIII. The President will leave Washington just after 7pm and arrive back in Rehoboth Beach around 8pm, where he’s expected to remain until Monday morning.

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UPDATE – 05/30/24 – President Biden will leave Rehoboth Beach Friday morning around 9am. He’s returning to the White House for a couple of events – a meeting with the Prime Minister of Belgium and to celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs championship season and Super Bowl LVIII win. He’ll leave the White House just before 7pm to return to the North Shores beach house – arriving around 8pm at the Gordons Pond parking lot. He is expected to remain in Rehoboth Beach until Monday morning.

The First Lady will also be away from the Beach House on Friday and Saturday for events in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

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Update: The President has landed in Rehoboth Beach. He exited Marine One at 9:46 a.m. with multiple members of his family including Hunter Biden.

Initial Post:

The President and Jill Biden are scheduled to arrive on Marine One at the Gordons Pond parking lot in Rehoboth Beach around 10:00 tomorrow–Thursday morning after spending Wednesday night at their Wilmington home.   The President will stay at his North Shores beach house overnight but is expected to return to Washington Friday to welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to the White House to celebrate their championship season and victory in Super Bowl LVIII. After, the President will depart the White House en route back to Rehoboth Beach for the remainder of the weekend. Activities, depending on the weather, might include hitting the beach and riding bikes in addition to a likely celebration of the First Lady’s birthday.


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