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Where Was Biden Over the Weekend?

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At the height of debt ceiling negotiations and the end of Title 42, causing a catastrophe at the U.S.-Mexico border never seen in American history, President Joe Biden spent the weekend at the beach. 

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"The President will travel from Dover Air Force Base en route to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.  The departure from Dover Air Force Base and arrival to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware," White House Daily guidance stated Friday. 

In fact, when asked about the ongoing disaster and record illegal crossings during a bike ride Sunday, Biden laughed. 

Biden is scheduled to return to the White House Monday afternoon and is expected to meet with congressional leadership Tuesday about the debt limit. The meeting was originally scheduled for last Friday.

"I've learned a long time ago, and you know as well as I do: It never is good to characterize a negotiation in the middle of a negotiation," Biden said. "I remain optimistic because I'm a congenital optimist.  But I really think there’s a desire on their part, as well as ours, to reach an agreement, and I think we'll be able to do it."

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According to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, the U.S. could run out of money by early June. 

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