Jill Biden Brings Down The House At DNC Like Our Next First Lady


Following the jaw-dropping keynote speech by former First Lady Michelle Obama, the potential future First Lady Dr. Jill Biden spoke on behalf of her husband at the 2020 Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, the second night of the convention.

Dr. Biden spoke of meeting Joe Biden as a single father of two boys after having lost his wife and daughter in a car accident. After they married, she shared his children and parented them before losing the oldest, Beau Biden, died of cancer in 2015.

‘There are times when I couldn’t imagine how he did it—how he put one foot in front of the other and kept going. But I’ve always understood why he did it…He does it for you.’

Dr. Biden also spoke in her capacity as an educator, pointing out the empty classrooms in America as children are kept home due to the coronavirus. She showed what would matter most to her as First Lady and what her focus in that position will be: education.

‘You can hear the anxiety that echoes down empty hallways. There’s no scent of new notebooks or freshly waxed floors. The rooms are dark and the bright young faces that should fill them are confined to boxes on a computer screen.’

For full video of second night of the Democratic National Convention, including speeches by Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, and closed by Dr. Jill Biden, see below:

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