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Trump, Obama and Biden to speak on Afghanistan and NATO at joint event: Politico

Trump, Obama and Biden to speak on Afghanistan and NATO at joint event: Politico

President Donald Trump and his chief of staff, John Kelly, will join Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry in a joint appearance at the NATO summit in Brussels, the White House said Sunday.

Trump will deliver remarks at the summit in the morning, and Biden and Kerry will be the guests of honor.

Kelly is also expected to attend.

Biden is set to be joined at the opening ceremony by his wife, Jill Biden, and their two daughters, Chelsea and Maya.

The Biden family is a frequent guest on the presidential campaign trail.

The White House did not say whether the president and the vice president will meet privately.

The two have been working together closely since the election to advance peace and security, and have held talks at the Whitehouse and at NATO headquarters in Brussels about a range of issues, including Afghanistan, the Middle East and North Africa.