President Biden signs a condolence book for the Queen Elizabeth II at the British Embassy in Washington, DC.

(THE PAVLOVIC TODAY) — President Biden has confirmed that he will be traveling to the UK for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth.

“Yes. I don’t know what the details are yet but I’ll be going,” said Biden.

During her life, the Queen met 14 American presidents.

Yesterday, President Biden signed a condolence book for the Queen Elizabeth II at the British Embassy in Washington, DC.

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