For a second year, Jill Biden decked out the White House in celebration of Valentine’s Day.
On the North Lawn, a giant red heart displayed the quote “Three things shall last forever — faith, hope, and love — and the greatest of these is love” from 1 Corinthians 13:13.
Cartoon renderings of the Bidens’ puppy, Commander, and their cat, Willow, stood on either side of the sign, wearing heart-shaped tags.
A teacher at Aiton Elementary School who won the DC 2021 Teacher of the Year award, helped decorate the inside of the White House and people online joked that she made a better job:
Jill Biden is known for her ugly, tacky decorations.
She also ignored a reporter who asked if she has a message for “the military families that are involved with the Ukraine crisis?”
Jill Biden ignores a reporter after being asked if she has a message for "the military families that are involved with the Ukraine crisis?" pic.twitter.com/WyVG1TbZoi
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) February 14, 2022
But she finished the day with her worst outfit so far when she and her husband were leaving the White House:
REPORTER: “Mr. President, is the risk of a Russian invasion higher than ever?”
BIDEN: “Happy Valentine’s Day!” pic.twitter.com/EOzTEWy8Tr
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) February 14, 2022
People couldn’t resist and her outfit is already making rounds on social media as the worst one yet.
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