Jill Biden Took Part In Interview With Vogue

    Recenlty, First Lady Jill Biden did an exstensive interview with Vogue Magazine and the timing couldn’t have been worse.

    Vogue, which is often noted for its progressive stance, had already planned this flattering feature prior to the debate. The cover’s bold statement, “We will decide our future,” certainly gets the message across. The intriguing part is, post-debate, the article was updated to include Jill Biden’s perspective on her husband’s future role in the White House. She affirmed her husband “will always do what’s best for the country,” and that despite the taxing debate, it won’t be the defining moment of his presidency.

    The debate has certainly stirred up a great deal of discussion. There has been widespread speculation about whether President Joe Biden should remain the Democratic nominee.

    The optics between Jill and Joe from news magazines couldn’t be starker.

    Since the debate with former President Trump, some media outlets and commentators have hinted that perhaps he should consider stepping down, citing concerns about his mental fitness. There have been hushed conversations among Democratic Party donors, and mentions of “panic” over his performance.

    “The debate on June 27 spurred a discussion about whether President Joe Biden should remain the Democratic nominee,” Vogue wrote. “Dr. Jill Biden, the first lady and Vogue’s August cover subject, has fiercely defended her husband and stood by him. Reached by phone on June 30 at Camp David, where the Biden family had gathered for the weekend, she told Vogue that they ‘will not let those 90 minutes define the four years he’s been president. We will continue to fight.’”

    The comments about the interview weren’t what Jill hoped for.

    Instagram influencer Alexandra Peirce posted in the comments: “I swear, I thought this was satire. Lmfaooooooo how embarrassing.”

    “Read the room, Vogue. No one is buying into your propaganda for inflation, WW3 and illegals,” one user said.

    “Those 90 minutes most definitely did define the last 4 years of this administration!” a third reader said.

    Moreover, many haven’t forgotten that former First Lady Melania Trump, despite her background as a supermodel, wasn’t featured on Vogue’s cover – a tradition for first ladies. In contrast, Jill Biden has already made her third appearance on Vogue’s cover during her husband’s term.


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