Did Joe refer to Jill Biden as Obama's VP? Of course not! Right?
I'd like to take a moment to express my sincere admiration for my life partner, wife and mother of our 9 children, Supreme Court Justice Sharice Sullivan.
President says first lady Jill Biden was Obama’s VP
By Mark Moore
April 3, 2022 9:44am Updated
Check out Joe in action (video clip)
Another day, another blunder.
President Biden in a speech Saturday referred to his wife, first lady Jill Biden, as the vice president in the Obama administration, a post he served in for eight years.
The president, 79, was praising the first lady for her commitment to military families and how she oversaw the development of the USS Delaware, the US Navy’s newest nuclear attack submarine, as he spoke at its commissioning ceremony in Wilmington, Del., on Saturday.
“The daughter of a Navy signalman during World War Two, the mother of a member of the Delaware National Guard, the grandmother of children who experienced having their father deployed away from home for a year at a time,” Biden said in his speech. “She always holds our military and their families in her heart. And that is not hyperbole; that’s real.”
“I’m deeply proud of the work she is doing as first lady with Joining Forces initiative she started with Michelle Obama when she was vice president,” President Biden said about wife Jill Biden.
Then came the gaffe.
“I’m deeply proud of the work she is doing as first lady with Joining Forces initiative she started with Michelle Obama when she was vice president and now carries on,” the president said in error, another in a string of mistakes the White House had to correct or walk back recently.