Biden canceled a big family dinner in honor of Thanksgiving

According to preliminary data, the winner of the US presidential election, Joe Biden, said that because of the coronavirus, he would abandon the tradition of a large family dinner on Thanksgiving next week and will spend it in a narrow family circle.

“Thanksgiving is coming up, and I was told: “Joe, you can have a maximum of ten people in your house, that’s the maximum, Joe.” But I have a big family that you’ve probably heard a lot about, and we do everything together. But, you know, but there will only be three of us because we can’t bring together families who live in different places right now,” Biden said at a video conference with emergency services about the coronavirus situation. Biden did not specify who will be third at the holiday dinner beside him and his wife, Jill Biden.

Thanksgiving, which this year is celebrated on November 26 – traditionally a family holiday, which is considered one of the most important in the United States. On Thanksgiving, it is customary to gather the family at the table with a baked Turkey. This year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, doctors warn that family celebrations should be held with strict precautions.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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