We know that First Lady Dr. Jill Biden prefers to use the title of “Dr.,” because it took a lot of work to earn her degree. She is the only first lady to work outside of the East Wing of the White House. But as the second lady when her husband was President Barack Obama’s vice president, she also worked as an English professor. Her students did not even put her and the White House together. President Biden is not the only one who can touch people’s hearts.
She and President Joe Biden appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show after President Obama had been first elected. Speaking candidly, she told a brief story about President Obama asking then-Vice President Biden which job he preferred, secretary of state or vice president. Well, we know the answer to that question. Secretary Hillary Clinton went on to become the secretary of state. But apparently, that was not supposed to be told. Dr. Biden was immediately chagrined.
Now, as first lady, Jill Biden tweeted about missing her own father as so many of us do:
‘My dad, a Navy Signalman in World War II, was my first hero. If I close my eyes, I can still hear his encouraging voice saying, “Good for you, Jilly-bean!” I miss him every day, especially on Father’s Day. My heart is with those who are also missing their dads today. 1/2’
She wrote about President Biden, the “father of my children” and his “boundless love” for them:
‘And to the father of my children, @POTUS, your boundless love for our family is our anchor. We love you, Joe. Happy #FathersDay. 2/2′
— The Sleep Maven💤 (@sleepmaven) June 20, 2021
Twitter world had a field day with these two fathers. Take a look at our favorite responses below: