A D.C. Catholic Church that's frequently attended by President Biden won't deny him Holy Communion! They also won't deny the sacrament to anyone else either based on political opinions.
Holy Trinity Catholic Church cited the position of Cardinal Wilton Gregory, archbishop of Washington, in its statement: "As a parish which has a long history of welcoming all, we concur with and support the pastoral approach of our Archbishop. Holy Trinity Catholic Church will not deny the Eucharist to persons presenting themselves to receive it."
The church's parish council issued this statement 11 days after the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) voted to draft a document on the Eucharist that could have instructions on withholding Holy Communion from politicians that show support for abortion. Before then, President Biden said the issue if a "private matter" and told White House reporters that he didn't think such a prohibition would come to pass!
Then, days later, the USCCB issued a statement walking back some of the threats perceived in the vote to draft a document: "Sadly, the recent vote has caused considerable desolation among our parishioners as well as Roman Catholics throughout the nation."
Pope Francis recently reaffirmed that Holy Communion should be viewed "not as a prize for the perfect, but as a powerful medicine and nourishment for the weak."