Jill Biden laments “stalled” U.S. president’s term in office due to “unforeseen crises”

First Lady Jill Biden on Saturday lamented her frustration at the “stalling” of U.S. President Joe Biden’s term in office due to global problems that have caused “unforeseen crises.”

“[El presidente] I had so many hopes and plans for the things I wanted to do, but every time you turned around, I had to address the problems of the moment,” said Jill Biden, during a private fundraiser of the Democratic National Committee in Massachusetts, in statements reported by the U.S. television channel CNN.

Biden has indicated that the Supreme Court’s abortion decision, the war in Ukraine and gun violence in the country are some of the problems that have hindered the president’s work.

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“He’s just had so many things in his way,” he has said. “Who would have ever thought about what happened (when the Supreme Court overturned) ‘Roe versus Wade’? Well, maybe we saw it coming, but we still didn’t believe it. The gun violence in this country is absolutely appalling. We didn’t see the war in Ukraine coming,” he has described.

These statements by the first lady have coincided with a drop in the US president’s approval ratings, the newspaper ‘The Hill’ has reported. Recent polls have revealed that voters are not very enthusiastic about Biden’s presidential candidacy for 2024.

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Likewise, Jill Biden has stated that she too has felt paralyzed in her role as first lady.

“I kept telling myself, ‘Okay, I’ve been second lady. I worked in community colleges. I worked in military families. I worked in cancer.’ Those were supposed to be my areas of interest. But then when we got (to the White House) I had to be, with everything that was going on, the first lady of the moment,” Biden has explained.

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