SNIFFER-IN-CHIEF: Biden creeps on young child at White House Easter Egg Roll

In 2023, Biden was seen in a similar situation, leaning uncomfortably close to a child.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

During the White House’s annual Easter Egg Roll on Monday, President Joe Biden was seen sniffing a young child’s head.

In video from the annual event, Biden was seen on the White House lawn standing next to a man holding a child, and then leaning in next to the child’s head. The young child was seen leaning away as Biden lingered.

This isn’t the first instance of inappropriate behavior by the President towards children at the annual event at the White House.

In 2023, Biden was seen in a similar situation, leaning uncomfortably close to a child being held by an adult.

This comes after Biden’s White House banned religious imagery in the children’s Easter egg design contest.

Restrictions include that "The Submission must not include any questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements."

"Celebrating Easter is one of the oldest time-honored traditions at the White House," the flier to National Guard families reads. "Since 1878, American presidents and their families have celebrated Easter Monday by hosting an 'egg roll' party. Held on the South Lawn, it is one of the oldest annual events in White House history. It has changed and evolved through the years and each First Family has put their stamp on the popular event."

Alternative suggestions for designs included "a snapshot of [the children's] life - a favorite activity, scenery in your state, your military family, a day-in-your life, etc." 

The winning submissions "will be brought to life on real hen eggs by talented egg artists from across the country and displayed at the White House this Easter and Passover season."

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