Aircraft That Crept Too Close To Biden’s Delaware Home Intercepted By NORAD

US Fighter Jets APPEARED Over Biden's HOUSE!

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A fighter plane and a chopper from the North American Aerospace Defense Command were dispatched to intercept a civilian plane that had breached airspace restrictions and flew directly over the Delaware residence where President Biden is spending the weekend.

The fighter craft and MH-65 swooped in around 2:25 p.m. Saturday and escorted the craft to the ground, NORAD officials told the Delaware News Journal.

While the flares released by the NORAD jet were harmless, the defense group acknowledged that they could have been seen by worried onlookers on the ground.

The Secret Service said the response was simply “a precaution.” Assets were scrambled to intercept and the civilian aircraft safely landed at a nearby airport,” the agency told The Post in a statement.

“Assets were scrambled to intercept and the civilian aircraft safely landed at a nearby airport,” the agency told The Post in a statement.

“There were no impacts to the protectee’s movements as a result of this incident and agents from the US Secret Service are investigating in coordination with the FAA,” the Secret Service said.

On Friday, Biden left the White House and returned to his home in Greenville.

In the days after the incident, the president was seen at a Catholic service at St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine in the afternoon.

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