Trump and Biden attend family members’ Penn graduation ceremony

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Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden attended the University of Pennsylvania's graduation ceremony on Sunday (May 15, 2016). Trump was there to see his daughter Tiffany Trump graduate. Biden was there to support granddaughter Naomi Biden.

WASHINGTON– Donald Trump on Sunday occupied an unusual spot at a heavily-attended event — the audience.

Instead of appearing on stage and leading a raucous campaign rally, the presumptive Republican nominee sat among the crowd alongside his family at daughter Tiffany Trump’s graduation ceremony from University of Pennsylvania.

The University of Pennsylvania is Trump’s alma mater; he graduated in 1968 from the business program at The Wharton School.

Trump wasn’t the only high-profile guest at the Ivy League graduation ceremony — Vice President Joe Biden was also there for his granddaughter Naomi Biden.

The two families were seated a section apart in the stadium and both received applause after entering.

Biden was also welcomed on stage to greet and hug Naomi as her name was called.

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