Friday, February 12, 2021

President Biden at Camp David

Aspen Lodge: President Biden's cabin at Camp David

In February 2021, President Biden spent his first weekend at Camp David with his family since his inauguration in January. Before leaving, he said that he planned to "just hang out with the family and do what we always do". On Saturday night, he played Mario Kart with his granddaughter Naomi. Below are pictures from that weekend visit.

President Biden at Camp David
President Biden showing off his new Camp David hat that his family gave him for Presidents' Day

President Joe Biden at Camp David

Major and Charlie (Naomi's dog) guarding Dogwood Cabin (@NaomiBiden)

During President Biden's August 2021 visit to Camp David, the White House released the following photos of the President meeting with his national security team regarding the Afghanistan withdrawal.

August 13, 2021 (White House photo)


August 14, 2021 (White House photo)

August 15, 2021 (White House photo)

During his November visit to Camp David, President Biden video called the Irish Rugby team to congratulate them on their win over New Zealand. His brother Jimmy and sister Val were with him during the call.

In January 2022, President Biden met with his national security team to discuss the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

January 22, 2022 (White House photo)

In March 2022, the White House released a photo of President Biden signing H.J.Res. 75, the "Extension of Continuing Appropriations Act, 2022," at Camp David.

March 11, 2022 (White House photo)


In early February 2023, President Biden and his team gathered at Camp David to prepare for the State of the Union Address held on 2/7/2023

President Biden spoke to the "Tennessee Three" Reps Jones, Pearson, and Johnson during his visit to Camp David over Easter weekend in 2023.

April 7, 2023 (White House photo)


President Biden hosted his first Camp David summit on August 18, 2023 with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol.

August 18, 2023 (White House photo)

The President and First Lady answer phone calls on Christmas Eve from children calling the NORAD santa tracker hotline. 

December 24, 2023 (White House photo)


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