U.S. President Joe Biden flew to South Carolina to begin at least a seven-day vacation with his family.
This is reported by The Washington Post.
The head of the White House is going to rest on the island of Kiahua, which belongs to the state, is located in the Atlantic Ocean and is famous for its private beaches and golf courses.
As noted, the Biden administration has not yet officially confirmed the start of vacation of the head of state, but there are no events in the president's schedule for the next seven days. That said, the American leader flew out of Washington with First Lady Jill Biden, his son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen and grandson Beau.
Summer vacations are a peculiar tradition for American presidents, although the White House says that the head of state is not actually relieved of his duties at this time, continuing to participate in daily briefings with his advisers.
For example, two previous U.S. leaders, Barack Obama and Donald Trump, often used this time to play golf.