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As the world is engulfed in a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine, Biden declined to consider the situation after leaving lunch a few blocks from The White House.
“It’s nice to see you,” Biden said in response to a loud question from the press about tensions with Russia and Ukraine.
Meanwhile, the vice president Kamala HarrisSecretary of State Anthony Blinken and a delegation from Congress spent a weekend in Germany in Munich Security Conference in an attempt to de-escalate tensions and build diplomatic solutions.
On Friday, Biden said he was calling on congressional delegations in Munich as well as NATO allies amid a “rapidly escalating crisis in Ukraine.” The United States is ready to impose severe sanctions in the event of a further Russian invasion of Ukraine, and Biden said he was “convinced” by Russian President Vladimir Putin that he had made such a decision.
On Saturday, Biden set off in a presidential motorcade at 12:22 on a very short drive to The Hamilton Restaurant, a few blocks from the White House. The motorcade arrived at the restaurant at 12.26.
Biden had lunch with Hunter Biden’s daughters Finnegan Biden and Naomi Biden, as well as Peter Neal, Naomi’s fiancé.
Biden left the restaurant at 1:26 p.m. in sunglasses and a dark face mask and waved to the crowd nearby.
“What’s the last thing about Ukraine, Mr. President?” The journalist asked.
“Nice to see you,” Biden said in response, according to pool reporters.
Another reporter asked if Biden still thought Russia was determined to attack Ukraine and invade.
Biden did not confirm the question or answer it.