Biden caught in traffic on way to Queen’s funeral

Biden caught in traffic on way to queen's funeral

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Joe Biden got the true experience of a Monday morning in London, as he got caught in traffic on his way to the Queen’s funeral while in his armoured limousine, The Beast

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