The lady of the White House celebrates Valentine's Day early and sends surprising messages to the American people
The nation press services
2021-02-13 | Since 2 Month
White House First Lady Jill Biden, wife of the new US President, Joe Biden, erected figures in the shape of hearts with sentences written on it, which Gill's office said was her "surprise Valentine's Day messages to the country."
Reporters early Friday noticed some new holograms in the northern lawn of the White House, among them pink, red and white hearts, designed along the lines of "conversation hearts," and contained words such as "unity," "sympathy," and "courage." It is seen throughout the background that journalists use for reports from the White House.
In a statement to reporters, the first lady's office said the hearts are an indication of "the days of sharing sweet hearts between friends and family."
A Valentine from First Lady Jill Biden popped up overnight at the White House. Per her office, “The First Lady is known for her sense of humor, love of surprises and celebrating traditions... This is her Valentine to the country.” pic.twitter.com/lwiAxePaPv
The statement added, "As you know, the first lady is known for her sense of humor, love of surprises, and celebration of traditions, especially with her family..Valentine's Day has always been one of her favorite holidays..and sending messages of healing, unity, hope and compassion, this is Valentine's Day for her country, for her." .
Betsy Klein, who works with CNN covering the White House, posted pictures of these hearts on Twitter, and said, “Valentine's night came from First Lady Jill Biden in the White House ... in her office..the first lady is famous. With a sense of humor, love of surprises, and a celebration of traditions ... this is her Valentine's Day in the country. "
For his part, the president told reporters on Friday: "Valentine's Day is a great day, it is a generation's favorite holiday."
The president recounted his first Valentine's Day as Vice President, saying that his wife put a heart in every window of his office saying, "Joe loves a generation."
When the president was asked how to "convey this love story to the now frustrated American people," the president replied: "I tell them there is hope..there is hope..stay strong."
As for the president's Valentine's Day gift to his wife, he indicated that there are still two days for Valentine's Day, and he continued his conversation with reporters jokingly: “Well, today is not Valentine's Day, so I will not tell you.
For her part, Jill Biden drew attention to what inspired her to fix Valentine's hearts, and said: "I just wanted some joy and I think that with the Corona virus epidemic, everyone feels a little frustrated, so it's just a little joy, a little hope..that's it." .