Jill Biden Lashes Out at Democrats Urging Husband's Exit

Submitted by MAGA

Posted 12 days ago

ABC News reports that Jill Biden is lashing out at Democrats urging her husband to step aside.

In a recent interview with President Biden, George Stephanopoulos questioned the president's fitness for office. The interview did not reassure Democrats who have been discussing whether Biden should step down for the good of the party.

One particularly awkward moment occurred when Biden claimed that the size of his rallies, most of which are held in partitioned middle school gymnasiums, are larger than Trump's campaign events. Stephanopoulos was quick to challenge this claim, pointing out that Trump can draw bigger crowds.

The interview also revealed that Jill Biden is reportedly angry with Democrats who are calling for her husband to step aside. According to Martha Raddatz, Jill is "lashing out" at those who want Biden to leave the race.


This latest development comes as Biden's campaign continues to struggle. In a recent appearance in Wisconsin, Biden was trolled by a supporter, highlighting the challenges he faces in the upcoming election.

Despite these difficulties, Jill Biden is reportedly determined to keep her husband in the race. The question remains whether this will be enough to turn the campaign around.

In other news, Gateway Church has denied reports that disgraced former head Robert Morris was paid a generous severance following his resignation over allegations of molesting and abusing a 12-year-old girl. Morris, a noted prosperity preacher, is estimated to have a net worth of over $100 million.

Finally, Jill Biden was recently caught on camera feeding lines into her husband's ear, reminding him of a megadonor's name and telling him to thank them. This latest incident raises questions about the level of control Jill has over her husband's campaign.

As the election approaches, it remains to be seen whether Biden will be able to overcome these challenges and secure a second term in office.

Sources:
twitchy.com
protestia.com
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