Donald Trump claims unlike Joe Biden, he wouldn’t take a back seat at the Queen’s Burial
If I were president, they wouldn’t have seated me back there, the former president Donald Trump remarked.
At the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, Joe Biden was sat 14 rows from the front, and Donald Trump made fun of him for it, saying he would not be sitting so “back there” if he were still in office.
Shortly after the Queen’s funeral in the UK on Monday evening, Trump made a statement on his Truth Social platform. Biden was visible in an image that Trump released, hidden behind more than a dozen rows.
Donald Trump says he wouldn’t sit ‘back there’ at Queen’s funeral like Joe Biden
“This is what has happened to America in just the last two years,” he said. No regard! But now would be a terrific moment for our President to meet the leaders of some Third World nations,” Trump added.
If I were president, “Our Country would be substantially different than it is right now!” they wouldn’t have put me back there!
In a Truth Social post on Monday, former president Donald Trump questioned the seat that President Joe Biden occupied at the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II
In London’s Westminster Abbey, President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden attended the funeral service for Queen Elizabeth II
He continued, saying,
“Location is everything in real estate, just like it is in politics and in life!”
Due to the large number of dignitaries attending the Queen’s burial service at Westminster Abbey in London, Trump and other past US presidents were not invited.
At the event, which had 2,000 attendees, including around 500 presidents, kings, princes, and prime ministers from around the world, the Bidens were placed 14 rows in the rear.
According to a seating chart, President Biden was seated in front of Petr Fiala of the Czech Republic and behind Andrzej Duda of Poland. The first lady was seated close to Swiss President Ignazio Cassis at the time.
Monday’s funeral for Queen Elizabeth II was held at Westminster Abbey, and US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden arrived there
Leaders of Commonwealth nations and countries that continue to recognize the UK as their head of state were seated in rows above the Bidens.
Additionally, several world leaders received better seats than the Bidens, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The tone of Trump’s most recent Truth Social post about the Queen was very different from the one of the piece he penned in her honor for the Daily Mail.
Donald Trump, a former president, has praised Queen Elizabeth II
Spending time with Her Majesty was among the most incredible honors of Trump’s life, he claimed in his letter.
“I grew up in a home where the grace, charm, and nobility of Queen Elizabeth were greatly revered, especially by my mother who was Scottish.”
‘Queen Elizabeth’s historic and extraordinary reign left a tremendous legacy of peace and prosperity for Great Britain,’ Trump said on Truth Social on the day of her passing.