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President Joe Biden appeared to make a small child burst into tears on Monday as he approached her during the annual White House Easter egg roll.

The moment concluded a holiday season in which the White House appeared to take all of the attention away from the resurrection of Christ.

In the White House’s livestream of the event on YouTube, a small girl in a pink hoodie was seen among children who were rolling eggs across the South Lawn of the White House when she paused and wandered away from the others.

As she stood and watched the festivities, Biden approached her and touched her on her left shoulder.

When he knelt down and spoke to her, she burst into tears momentarily.

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The girl rebounded and eventually appeared to enjoy herself as other adults in her vicinity helped to get her attention back to the egg roll.

The moment went viral on social media:

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The president also went viral at Monday’s event when he referred to Easter bunnies as “oyster bunnies.”

On Friday, Biden issued an official White House proclamation to designate March 31 — the date on which Easter fell this year — as the “Transgender Day of Visibility.”

His social media accounts also posted about the proclamation on Easter Sunday:

Biden denied he made the proclamation on Monday afternoon when asked about it by reporters at the White House.

In regard to overshadowing a holiday about Christ through the proclamation, the president responded, “I didn’t do that,” The Washington Times reported.


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Johnathan Jones has worked as a reporter, an editor, and producer in radio, television and digital media.
Johnathan "Kipp" Jones has worked as an editor and producer in radio and television. He is a proud husband and father.




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