Joe Biden and Jill Biden bring flowers and gift baskets to wounded warriors at Walter Reed


Joe Biden and Jill Biden bring flowers and gift baskets to wounded warriors at Walter Reed where Marines injured in ISIS-K terror attack are recovering

  • President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden went to Walter Reed Thursday night to visit wounded warriors 
  • The Bethesda, Maryland facility is where a number of Marines who were injured in last week’s ISIS-K terror attack are recovering 


President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden went to Walter Reed Thursday night to visit wounded warriors. 

The Bethesda, Maryland facility is where a number of Marines who were injured in last week’s ISIS-K terror attack are recovering. 

The president and first lady took a motorcade to the national military medical center and left the press outside.

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are captured arriving at Walter Reed Thursday night where some Marines who were injured in the ISIS-K terror attack are recovering 

Members of President Joe Biden's staff are seen unloading flowers and gift baskets upon his arrival Thursday night to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland

Members of President Joe Biden’s staff are seen unloading flowers and gift baskets upon his arrival Thursday night to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland 

Staff was seen carrying bouquets of flowers inside Walter Reed Thursday night as part of the president and first lady's visit

Staff was seen carrying bouquets of flowers inside Walter Reed Thursday night as part of the president and first lady’s visit 

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden's motorcade is seen Thursday night in front of Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden’s motorcade is seen Thursday night in front of Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland 

However, photographers were able to capture staff unloading flowers and gift baskets as the president and first lady arrived.   

Biden first visited Walter Reed as commander-in-chief just nine days into his presidency to visit wounded troops. 

He had been a patient in the facility in 1988 as a U.S. senator who was recovering from two brain aneurysms. 

Walter Reed is also where Biden’s son Beau – who served a tour in Iraq with the Delaware National Guard – battled the brain cancer he succumbed to in 2015. 

More recently Biden took Marine One to Walter Reed to check in on his wife, who injured her foot on a Hawaii beach. The first couple took a motorcade together back to the White House.   

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