In recent decades, no President has had as many adult family members living in the White House as President Joe Biden. According to reports researched by the Washington Free Beacon, the President's official residence has become a convenient housing option for his extended family. Rumors suggest that President Biden's son, Hunter Biden, resides at the White House to evade being served with legal papers related to his ongoing child custody dispute. Furthermore, the President's granddaughter Naomi and her then-fiancé, Peter Neal, lived at the White House for several months in the previous fall, as revealed by the couple in an interview with Vogue last year. The New York Times also mentioned in a report about the couple's extravagant White House wedding that Naomi Biden and Peter Neal were living in the White House, citing two sources familiar with the situation. Presidential historian Tevi Troy spoke to the Washington Free Beacon about the issue, stating that having adult children and other relatives living in the White House is "not normal," but also "not unheard of" in modern times. Troy pointed out that former President Barack Obama's mother-in-law resided at the residence primarily to assist with childcare. [tweet_embed]April 27, 2023[/tweet_embed] In contrast, former President Harry Truman's mother-in-law lived in the White House mainly for nagging. He also mentioned that former President Gerald Ford's children, who were in their 20s when their father left office, were often around the White House. However, Biden's relatives seem to be living at the White House out of convenience. Last year, Naomi Biden, Hunter Biden's oldest child, told Vogue that she and her fiancé moved into the White House because their apartment lease expired. The magazine described the couple's journey from their living quarters on the White House's third floor to practice their first dance. The White House, with its 16 bedrooms, 35 bathrooms, full-time chef, and staff, is significantly more luxurious than the $12,000-per-month Hollywood Hills home that Hunter Biden inhabited three years ago while refusing to pay child support. Naomi Biden and her husband resided in a suite on the residence's third floor, the same level where former President Zachary Taylor reportedly housed enslaved people. The bottom has since been modernized and now features amenities such as a gym, billiards room, solarium, and a room where former First Lady Hillary Clinton stored her Eleanor Roosevelt memorabilia. Naomi Biden reflected on her time living in the White House, stating, "I try to remind myself it's the White House, but it also gets normalized over time." She and her husband were also married on the White House's South Lawn, marking the first time a President's grandchild has used the Executive Mansion as a wedding venue. The living arrangements of the President's extended family could pose a security risk, as these individuals have easy access to the West Wing and White House offices where sensitive business is conducted. Richard Painter, former White House ethics counsel, expressed concern about this issue to the Free Beacon. He said, "The problem is that people who stay in the residence with the President have access to the entire building. There's nobody sitting at a guard desk keeping you from going from the residence to the West Wing." Painter emphasized that family members residing in the White House "should be staying out of the West Wing unless they're accompanied" by the President or authorized staff. He added, "What you don't want is family members just drifting on down there on their own or even being invited down there and getting involved in official meetings. They need to stay away from U.S. government business." The Biden family has faced housing controversies in the past. After Hunter Biden's affair with his late brother's widow, Hallie ended poorly in Delaware; he fled to California, where he reportedly spent weeks cooking crack on the stove in a luxurious Chateau Marmont hotel suite. President Biden's niece, Caroline, sought her family's help finding housing while serving probation for credit card theft, preferring to spend her time in Los Angeles. The family entrusted Hunter Biden to find her an apartment in California, but he failed. Recently, according to a source familiar with the couple, Naomi Biden and her husband moved out of the White House to live in nearby Georgetown, where she grew up as a child. The New York Post has reported that Hunter Biden has been repeatedly seen boarding Marine One for the weekend and official trips with his father, fueling rumors in Washington, D.C., that he is living at the White House. The publication also noted that an elaborate swing set suitable for a toddler was spotted at the White House last year, prompting speculation that Hunter Biden's three-year-old son and wife, Melissa Cohen, might also reside there. Hunter Biden is embroiled in a contentious child support battle with Lunden Alexis Roberts, his former mistress and the mother of his four-year-old daughter. An Arkansas judge recently ruled that Hunter Biden must attend a court hearing in person in May, and he is presently fighting a request by Roberts to change their daughter's name to "Biden." The White House did not respond to a request for comment on this matter.