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Jill Biden Vogue Cover Sparks Concern Over Her ‘Lust For Power’ After The President’s Disastrous Debate

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Vogue magazine drew heavy criticism this week for featuring First Lady Jill Biden as its August cover girl after her husband, President Joe Biden, suffered what was widely regarded as a failed debate performance against Donald Trump. 

The first lady spoke with the magazine from Camp David days after last week’s debate, vowing that she and Joe Biden would continue to fight. She did not directly respond to criticism of her husband’s debate performance, but she said he “will always do what’s best for the country.”

According to figures on both the left and the right, however, what is best for the country is for the 81-year-old president to step down — for his own sake and the nation’s.

Conservative commentator Katie Pavlich, who has 1 million followers on X, posted the glitzy magazine’s fawning cover. “This is something else,” Pavlich said reacting to the feature story.

“Her lust for power is on full display. She’s not even ashamed,” Jenna Ellis, a conservative radio host and lawyer, said in response to Pavlich’s tweet.

Former special assistant to President Trump Chad Gilmartin wrote, “America gets a part-time president who is easily confused and exhausted. They get fame, fortune, and Vogue covers.”

While speaking about the commander in chief’s cognitive decline, Cat Parks, president of the Coalition for Texas, pointed out Vogue’s article ignores all signs of the president’s sharpness fading away. Parks said Joe Biden reached the point where he has an “inability to form a sentence or express a coherent thought,” which the magazine fails to acknowledge. Instead, the author of the piece excuses this behavior because the first lady “sat down with her, wants to be called by her first name, and graces ‘the People’ twice a week by escaping the [White House] bubble.”

“We will continue to fight,” Jill said. The first lady’s negligence in advising her husband to recuse himself from the Oval Office has since stirred suspicion about who is calling the shots in the White House.

Those close to Jill, including her ex-husband, Bill Stevenson, have criticized the first lady for pushing President Biden to stay in the race amidst concerns over his mental acuity.

“People say she’s the one who wants to be president now,” her ex-husband said in an interview with the New York Post. But he also noted that “[t]he Dr. Jill Biden who I’ve seen on TV in the last five years is not the same person I married or that I recognize in any way.”

Stevenson emphasized, “I just don’t understand why she is so adamant about defending him and keeping him in the race since it appears he’s struggling.”

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