Liberal media, including The New York Times and Washington Post, are claiming the Biden administration misled the press regarding the White House wedding of the president’s granddaughter. White House press say they were rejected access for the wedding citing that it was a private event, but on Tuesday, Vogue released a special edition which was given exclusive access to the White House. When investigated further, it turns out the photos from the Vogue exclusive were actually taken a day before the actual wedding.
For Vogue's special digital cover, Naomi Biden, the eldest granddaughter of President Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, opens up about planning a White House wedding, and the details—no matter how small—that made it a spectacular family affair. https://t.co/B97vxf8ZAK
— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) November 22, 2022
Bloomberg White House correspondent Katie Rogers commented pointed out that the Biden’s were able to hand select the media outlet for their wedding exclusive by holding the photoshoot the day before the wedding. This also means that the White house when they said that wedding would be a completely private event.
I had reporting in Oct about Vogue being tapped to cover this and I was waved off. Official explanation is that Vogue wasn’t there the day of. Loophole = the family staged a “wedding at the WH” shoot beforehand.
“Private” per @PressSec = not for the White House press corps. https://t.co/TbiuNpR1qV
— Katie Rogers (@katierogers) November 22, 2022
I think we all sort of knew this would happen, but if they wouldn't let the pool photographers in because the rights were sold, we should have known. https://t.co/8FFqrXCzgq
— Niels Lesniewski (@nielslesniewski) November 22, 2022