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Joe Biden Admits Americans Are Extremely Divided

via Associated Press
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President Biden called for unity and decency during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, emphasizing the need to bring the nation together.

The Bidens spent Thanksgiving in Nantucket, Massachusetts, continuing a long-standing family tradition.

“On this Thanksgiving Day, Al, we have to come together,” Biden said. (Trending: Biden’s Mental Decline Getting Even Worse)

“You know, we have — we can have different political views, but there’s — we have one view. The one view is, we’re the finest, greatest nation in the world.”

“We should focus on dealing with our problems and being together.”

“And stop the rancor,” he added.

“We have to bring the nation together, and we have to treat each other with a little bit of decency.”

They visited the Nantucket fire station and refrained from commenting on a deal involving Israeli hostages.

The family has a strong connection to Nantucket, with Jill Biden writing about its significance in her memoir.

“Nantucket Thanksgiving became our tradition for the next four decades,” Jill said.

“With a few exceptions, we’ve made the trek every year since, creating rituals that would become a key part of our family along the way.”

The Bidens’ late son Beau proposed to his wife at the annual Nantucket tree lighting, and the island is where Beau and Hunter encouraged their father to run for president.

This year, the Bidens stayed at the home of billionaire David Rubenstein.

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