President Barack Obama delivered a powerful eulogy at Beau Biden's funeral on Saturday. Addressing fellow mourners at St. Anthony of Padua Church in Wilmington, DE, the president's eyes welled up with tears as he recognized the son of Vice President Joe Biden. "You know, anyone can make a name for themselves in this reality TV age, especially in today's politics," he said. "If you're loud enough or controversial enough, you can get some attention. But to make that name mean something, to have it associated with dignity and integrity, that is rare." At one point, the president walked over to the vice president and hugged and kissed him. It's been one week since Beau died of brain cancer at the age of 46, after which the White House released moving statements from Obama and Biden. Keep reading to see video from the tribute on Saturday.