Jill Biden decorates White House for Valentine’s Day


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Jill Biden decorates White House for Valentine's Day

Jill Biden decorates White House for Valentine’s Day

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Now, Biden is repeating that gesture, showing a huge White House-made heart on the North Lawn, along with decorations inside the East Wing of the White House, from the sophomore class of the 2021 Teacher of the Year in D.C., Ayton Elementary School’s sophomore class. Lejandro Dias Granados. As last year, lawn decorations were erected in the area in front of a row of cameras that TV reporters used to film the White House live — meaning they were broadcast nationally throughout the day.

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“I just want some joy, I think it’s just, with the pandemic, everybody’s feeling a little bit down, so it’s just a little bit of joy, a little bit of hope,” Biden said last year. “That’s it.”

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is accused of covering up a staggering number of coronavirus deaths in the state’s nursing homes as the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump wraps up, with revelations imminent Arrivals media abuse of Britney Spears during her mental health crisis and custody. Even Spears’ ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake apologized.

This time around, Biden’s Valentine’s Day decoration was a particularly worrying moment for her husband’s administration. His approval ratings have dipped despite a strong national economy in a midterm election year and Democrats worried about losing control of the House of Representatives. The presentation is one of several soft journalism efforts promoted by the first lady, including the addition of a cat Willow and their German shepherd Commander to the White House, a special message at the top of Puppy Bowl XVIII, the annual Super Bowl Day tradition, Sunday.

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“Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays because it’s all about love,” Jill Biden said in the video, wearing a turtleneck with “Amour” emblazoned on the front.

“The beauty of having pets is that they give you unconditional love, joy and comfort every day,” she said.

Her decorations on the North Lawn this time include cardboard cutouts of commanders and willows, and red hearts with a Bible verse from 1 Corinthians 13:13: “Three things will always be—faith, hope, and Love – the greatest of them all is love.”

The 42 hearts the students made for Biden were based on templates and instructions provided by the first lady’s office, according to her spokesman, Michael LaRosa. They were also asked to include specific words provided by Biden, such as “sympathy,” “healing,” “peace,” and “family.” The White House called it a “heart-shaped piece” handwritten and hand-painted by students, and hung on strings of rope from the East Landing window — just like the blue and yellow “peace dove” strings that hang from the window. East Colonnade with Biden Christmas decorations.

The President and First Lady welcomed 20 sophomores to the White House and North Lawn Valentine’s Day installations on February 14. Their teacher, Diasgranados, visited the White House in October at the first lady’s reception for the 2022 and 2021 State and National Teachers of the Year.

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At noon on February 14, the children took the school bus to the White House. The commander hid behind a tree and barked as they entered. “That’s paparazzi!” one boy shouted, pointing to the media. After the tour, the first lady, wearing a light pink mask and a light pink coat, held her two children by the hands and showed her pet decoupage to the second graders on the lawn.

Last year, Biden surprised her husband with love; the first time the president knew they were on his unplanned walk.

The president told reporters at the time that Valentine’s Day was his wife’s favorite holiday. During his first year as vice president in the Obama administration, he said, he walked into the office and saw his wife had painted hearts that read “Joe Egils” on every pane of glass in his windows.

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“None of them said ‘Jill loves Joe.’ They said ‘Joe loves Jill’ in every article,” the president said. He added that he once told a reporter who asked about his “big love” with his wife, “Everyone knows I love her more than she loves me!”

Biden’s Christmas decorations have a similarly handmade feel to her lover. She adorned the most important trees in the White House with pictures of her family and the former president’s quiet moments at home with his wife, children and pets. Decorations throughout the White House are dedicated to first responders to the pandemic.

If Valentine’s Day is Jill Biden’s favorite holiday, April Fool’s is a close second. A notorious prankster who became famous during the Obama administration for disguising herself with wigs at parties at the Vice President’s residence, and once stuffed herself into the overhead trunk of Air Force Two when a Secret Service agent boarded The opportunity suddenly appeared, surprising them. As first lady, on April 1 last year, she dressed as a flight attendant on her way back from a trip to California to fool reporters and her staff.

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“I’ve always believed that you have to steal as many happy moments as you can,” Biden wrote in her 2019 memoir, “Where the Light Enters.” “Life is hard, and if you sit there and wait for the fun to come, you’ll find yourself often without it.”



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