Biden and Trump’s Thanksgiving tradition: Spending time with service members

As the 2024 presidential election approaches, two potential candidates for a rematch spent their Sundays in different states celebrating Thanksgiving with service members.

President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, traveled to Virginia on Sunday for a Friendsgiving event and a film screening for service members before attending a dinner at the Norfolk Naval Station. While there, Jill Biden took a moment to mourn the death of former first lady Rosalynn Carter, a well-known advocate for mental health and women’s rights.

These activities were part of the first lady’s longstanding initiative, Joining Forces, which aims to support service members across the country.

Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump was in Texas, where he was officially endorsed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and spent time serving meals to service members near the Texas border. Trump remains a front-runner in the Republican presidential primary, despite ongoing controversies and legal issues.

As these potential rivals begin making their rounds, the spotlight is only going to intensify as the election season ramps up. Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.

ABC News’ Tia Humphries contributed to this report.


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