Joe Biden plans to extend Delaware vacation after Kiawah Island trip

President Joe Biden plans to extend his vacation this week after wrapping up his stay on Kiawah Island in South Carolina.

According to data from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cited per the Associated Press, Biden plans to be in Wilmington, Delaware, Tuesday through Friday after leaving Kiawah Island.

The White House did not release a schedule for the president’s vacation but announced that Biden would return to Washington, DC, on Tuesday to sign the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act of 2022” before leaving. The $430 billion bill raises taxes to spend more on government-controlled health care and subsidizes green energy.

US President Joe Biden speaks at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, DC, Thursday, July 28, 2022. The pace of recession has intensified after the US economy contracted for a second quarter in a row, as decades-high inflation undermined consumer spending and Federal Reserve interest rate hikes hampered businesses and housing. (Oliver Contreras/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

The White House is planning a separate September bill signing celebration with members of Congress.

The president had a relaxed August after spending two weeks in quarantine during his long battle with the coronavirus.

He spent a weekend at his beach house in Delaware before working two and a half days at the White House and leaving for his week at Kiawah Island.

Biden was spotted cycling cautiously on the beach with the Secret Service on Sunday, but declined to answer questions from the press.

He has not answered any questions from reporters since the controversial FBI raid on former President Donald Trump.

The White House voiced concerns in a memo released this week that previous presidents typically face a “recession” in August, outlining a plan to stave off the “momentum killer” and turn it into a “momentum builder.” ‘momentum’.


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