First Lady Jill Biden joined President Joe Biden this week to go on a trip away from Washington, DC, setting the stage for a speech which she unusually defended her husband.
The First Lady started her speech by remembering Inauguration Day when she watched as Joe Biden took the oath of office only a year ago.
“At that moment, he was the man that so many years ago I fell in love with,” she recalled, while joining her husband in Superior, Wisconsin to speak to a small crowd.
The President was visibly surprised at her comment, causing the crowd to suddenly start laughing which interrupted the First Lady’s speech.
After Biden tried to approach her for a hug, she said, “I guess I don’t tell him enough”.
Looking back on Joe Biden’s Inauguration day, Jill Biden is remembering how she was feeling about her husband that day.
President Biden listens as First Lady Jill Biden speaks at an event at the University of Wisconsin this week in Superior, Wisconsin.
The First Lady’s speech looked to be the White House trying to build the President’s image back up, as the recent polls showed 54% of Americans do not believe Joe Biden has the mental capability to be President.
She tried to paint a pretty picture of Joe Biden as a heroic historical hero that saved the U. S. from the “four years of chaos” of former Pres. Donald Trump.
“I could see his determination to bring us together and to lead us toward a greater America as he stood there with his shoulders back and eyes shining with fierce optimism.” she recalled.
She talked about Pres. Biden healing his broken family after a deadly car wreck, going back and forth to Delaware on a train during his career as a U. S. Senator.
“He was a Senator who learned to get back up when you get knocked down and fight even harder for what you know is right,” she boasted.
Jill Biden described her husband as being “unshakable” and commended him for his global leadership.
“He is unshakable even though there are deep divides at home and everywhere,” she said. “He knows how to bring everyone together, how to rally the world when tyrants try to get power.”