Beau Biden

May 11, 2010 by Post Team 

Beau Biden:NEWARK, Delaware – the vice president’s eldest son Joe Biden was being treated at a hospital in Delaware Tuesday, said the White House, but did not say why.

Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, was admitted to Christiana Hospital Tuesday morning, his spokeswoman said. He was awake, alert and communicating with their doctors, parents and wife.

Hospital spokesman Bill Schmitt referred questions to the vice president’s office. A state trooper was placed on the hospital’s main entrance and several black SUVs and men in suits with earphones were close.

Biden, 41, had been considered a candidate for the Senate seat his father held before being vice president, but decided against it. He became attorney general in 2007 and previously served in the Department of Justice in the U.S..

In 2009, young Biden returned from a yearlong deployment to Iraq with his unit of the Army National Guard. He was a captain and a military lawyer in the 261st Theater Signal Brigade tactical.

“Beau Biden is a great leader with a large family, and I’m glad you are with him now,” said Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, who referred questions about the status of Biden for his family.

The vice president traveled to Delaware on Monday afternoon for a previously scheduled trip. He made a round of morning show interviews Tuesday morning, Wilmington, and was supposed to return to Washington at the end of the day for his weekly lunch with President Barack Obama and a series of meetings on Afghanistan.

The White House responded to questions about whether the vice president will attend these meetings.

Dr. Jill Biden was scheduled to visit health facilities for women in Washington yesterday afternoon. Event organizers said that his appearance has been postponed. Beau Biden was scheduled to speak Tuesday night, titled “My Life in Public Service” at the University of Delaware, but that was canceled too.


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