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Dr. Jill Biden Is On The New Cover Of 'Vogue'—And Twitter Knows Melania Trump Is Pissed

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Dr. Jill Biden received a profile in Vogue in the latest issue of the magazine. The First Lady of the United States talks about teaching, the anxiety the nation felt during the election, and how she thinks that is changing.

But to some online, it's her gracing the cover that is causing some commotion.

The cover has Dr. Biden in a blue floral dress posing on a White House balcony.

The photo shoot seems like the least controversial thing in the world.

That is until you consider that the previous FLOTUS, Melania Trump, never received the same honor.

And people keenly aware of how she feels about that.






In recorded phone conversations in 2018, Trump expressed her surprise at other people being asked to be on the cover, when she hadn't yet despite being the First Lady. Previous First Ladies had been asked to be on the magazine, including Michelle Obama three times during her husband's presidency.


Towards the end of Trump's husband's administration, he also lamented she hadn't been asked during his four years in office.

That's not to say she's never been on the cover of Vogue. It was just in 2005, shortly after Donald and Melania got married where she was referred to as just "Trump's New Bride."


The profile on the current First Lady discussed the balance of teaching with her new duties. President Joe Biden was also interviewed and expressed the difficulty seeing Dr. Biden when they're both so busy in their new jobs.

He said:

"I miss her. I'm really proud of her. But it's not like we can just go off like we used to."
"When we were living in Delaware and married, once a month we'd just go up to a local bed-and-breakfast by ourselves, to make sure we had a romantic time to just get away and hang out with each other."

The profile paints a wonderful picture of how Dr. Biden spends her time, promoting education, and restarting family support initiatives for the military.

What more could the country ask for?





This isn't the first time the media has imagined possible slights against the former First Lady by the current. Earlier this month, on a trip to the United Kingdom, Dr. Biden wore a jacket with text on the back that said "LOVE".

This was immediately compared to an infamous jacket Mrlania Trump wore to visit the children separated from their families at the border that said "I really don't care, do u?"