Joe Biden must have had his late son, Beau Biden, in mind when he thought of expanding the benefits being given to U.S. Veterans.
On Thursday, Biden’s administration announced that they are creating a new policy for veterans that have been exposed to toxic burn pits while serving in other countries.
After it is finalized, the new policy will help veterans, especially those diagnosed with lung and respiratory cancers, and bronchiolitis to receive benefits.
According to Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough, the policy has been one of Biden’s priorities since he was elected president of the United States. And this shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Joe Biden wants to give veterans benefits that his son didn’t get
After all, Biden’s late son, Beau, also served in the military. The then-46-year-old veteran was diagnosed with brain cancer, and the illness ultimately took his life. However, the POTUS previously said that …