Donald Trump Says He Wouldn’t Sit ‘Back There’ at Queen’s Funeral like Joe Biden


Many attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday 19 September but former President Donald Trump was not one of them…he did however, mock his successor Joe Biden.

The 96-year-old monarch passed away on September 8 and her state funeral took place on Monday 19 September.

7.7 billion people watched the ceremony on TV. Hundreds of people went to Windsor to pay their last respects to the iconic royal, including state heads, royals, royal house staff and more.

We seen lots of familiar faces in the crowd of Westminster Abbey, including the President of Tanzania, US President Joe Biden and Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh – representing part of the Canadian delegation. As well as representatives for North Korea and Nicaragua.

President Biden was amongst many famous faces – sitting 14 rows from the front for the monarch’s funeral beside his wife the First Lady, Jill Biden.

Trump mocked the 79-year-old on his social platform Truth Social. 

He wrote:

‘This is what’s happened to America in just two short years. No respect! However, a good time for our President to get to know the leaders of certain Third World countries,’

‘If I were president, they wouldn’t have sat me back there—and our Country would be much different than it is right now!’

See below:

Ex-President Donald Trump criticized the position that President Joe Biden sat in at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in a Truth Social post on Monday

The service saw 2,000 guests – 500 of which were presidents, Kings, Princes and Prime Ministers – pay their respects to the late Queen.

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