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Joe Biden’s ancestral homes in Ireland celebrate inauguration

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Joe Biden’s ancestral homes in Ireland celebrate inauguration

Joe Biden’s ancestral homes in Ireland celebrate inauguration

Joe Biden’s ancestral homes on the west and east coast of Ireland havecelebrated his inauguration with champagne and cake while waving Irish andAmerican flags.

The US president’s proud links to Ireland are well known andoften spoken about by the Democrat.


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