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Biden Will Break A 20-Year Old Tradition, Skipping Notre Dame

President Joe Biden will do the unthinkable – disrespecting the traditions and rules his predecessors have followed.

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On Sunday, he will break a 20-year tradition of a president or vice president delivering a commencement address at the University of Notre Dame during the first year of a new presidency.

*According to sources that come directly from the White House, claiming that despite the school has invited current President Joe Biden to speak, he refused, since allegedly, he has a “conflict with his schedule.”

So, instead of the President delivering the official speech, Jimmy Dunne, who is a finance executive and trustee of the university, will address the graduates.

This whole tradition started back in 2001, when George W. Bush delivered a commencement address at the school, and has since been followed by Barrack Obama, as well as Vice President Mike Pence.


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According to the local newspaper’s report,

“Biden’s scheduling conflict comes as a petition circulates among the Catholic university demanding that Notre Dame President Fr. John I. Jenkins neither invite the president nor give him an honorary degree because of the many policies he supports in open defiance of Church teaching. More than 4,300 students, alumni, and other members of the community signed the petition as of Sunday.”

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