(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) The White House on Wednesday would not say whether Vice President Joe Biden plans to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress in early March.
“The vice president’s schedule for that week has not yet been set,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said, repeatedly declining to say whether President Obama believed Biden should be present for Netanyahu’s speech.
Typically, the vice president attends an address by a foreign head of state to a joint session of Congress. However, Netanyahu’s address in the first week of March was hardly welcomed by Obama.
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