Natalie Biden: Who is Joe Biden's granddaughter? Internet starts shipping her with Barron Trump: 'Weirdest thing ever'

One social media user tweeted, 'Also why do I see so many post about shipping Natalie Biden and Barron Trump? I'm all for it but still'


                            Natalie Biden: Who is Joe Biden's granddaughter? Internet starts shipping her with Barron Trump: 'Weirdest thing ever'
Natalie Biden and Barron Trump (Getty Images)

On Saturday, November 7, Joe Biden was elected the 46th President of the United States, beating Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Biden secured a projected 284 votes in the electoral college, according to the Associated Press. Kamala Harris was elected the vice-president. She is the first woman and person of color to have won this post. According to AP, Nevada, Georgia and North Carolina are still too close to call.

People across the country were mostly in a celebratory mood. The majority of the cities slipped into celebration mode as the news broke, putting an end to the vexing four-day wait since the election day. Meanwhile, Trump refused to accept the call, claiming Biden was trying to "falsely pose" as the winner. Trump said that he will keep disputing the poll results as "fraud" as his supporters rallied outside his Virginia golf course where he headed to earlier in the morning for a game.

An official statement from Trump reads: “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: they don’t want the truth to be exposed." It also stated, “The simple fact is this election is far from over. Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor. In Pennsylvania, for example, our legal observers were not permitted meaningful access to watch the counting process. Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media.”

However, amidst all this, some people on Twitter seems to have been on a different track. Few social media users started shipping and speculating if Biden’s granddaughter Natalie and Trump’s son, Barron, will start dating. One user asked, “Also why do I see so many post about shipping Natalie Biden and Barron Trump? I'm all for it but still.” Another speculated, “Today i saw a tiktok shipping barron trump and natalie biden and i think it’s really weird to ship actual people but IMAGINE THE THANKSGIVING DINNERS OMG.” Another said, “Omg I see ppl shipping barron trump and natalie biden, this is some romeo and juliet s**t.” One commented, “If natalie biden and barron trump dated it would be the biggest crossover in history.” A user stated, “People shipping natalie biden and barron trump is the weirdest thing ever.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Who is Natalie Biden?

Natalie is the oldest child of Biden’s late son, Beau and his wife, Hallie. She is 16, and was featured in a clip talking about her grandmother, Jill Biden, during the Democratic National Convention. She said, as per Today: "I would say she’s not your average grandmother. She's a prankster, she's very mischievous. When she goes on a run, sometimes she'll find like a dead snake and she'll pick it up and put it in a bag and she'll use it to scare someone.”

Recently, in a video clip that was widely shared on social media, it seemed like Biden referred to Natalie as Beau. As reported by MEAWW, Biden did indeed call his granddaughter Natalie Beau Biden. Now, it may have been a verbal slip — as he did later call her his granddaughter Natalie. His exact words were: “This is my son, Beau Biden, who many of you helped elect to the Senate in Delaware.” After pausing for a second, he said, “This is my granddaughter, Natalie... No, wait, no wait. We got the wrong one...” Introducing his other granddaughter, he then said, “And this my granddaughter, Finnegan.”

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