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WATCH: Easter Bunny redirects Biden away from talking about Afghanistan to focus on 'Easter EGGucation Roll'

Biden could be heard trying to address questions when the Easter Bunny intervened to bring him back to the matters at hand.

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President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden held the annual Easter Egg roll, or what was this year terms the Easter EGGucation Roll, at the White House on Monday, reading picture books to children. After reading aloud to the assembled kids, Biden wandered over to the crowd where he was asked questions about Afghanistan and Pakistan before the Easter Bunny led him away.

Biden could be heard trying to address questions when the Easter Bunny intervened to bring him back to the matters at hand: reading to children and rolling Easter eggs in the grass.

The Easter Bunny pulled Biden away from his constituents and led him back to the festivities.

It was unclear why the Easter Bunny pulled Biden away, or under whose authority this was done.

Jimmy Fallon also read aloud, and Biden became excited when he mentioned ice cream.

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