First lady Dr. Jill Biden, unveiled at least half a dozen giant cutout hearts on the White House north lawn ahead of Valentine’s Day this Sunday. Each heart, which will remain on the lawn through the weekend, carried a message including “unity,” “kindness,” “strength” and “compassion.”
Jill had the artwork secretly installed Thursday night which encompasses her message … Strength, Family and Unity. She took the fam — including Champ and Major — outside to review her handiwork.
During the morning walk to the North Lawn … President Joe Biden told reporters Valentine’s Day is Jill’s favorite holiday. He would not, however, play his hand on what he’s getting his wife come Sunday.
He also shared a love story about Jill … but expressed one regret — not bringing reporters coffee!!! But he makes up for it.
“Valentine’s Day has always been one of her favorite holidays,” the spokesperson said. “Sending messages of healing, unity, hope and compassion, this is her Valentine to the country.”
President Biden, who, like his wife, was holding a cup of coffee, told Americans to “stay strong” when asked for his message to people feeling discouraged during the coronavirus pandemic.
“There is hope. There’s hope. You just have to stay strong. A lot of people have gone through unbearable suffering. They’ve lost their families, lost their children, lost their husbands, wives, moms, dads, and it’s almost unbearable,” he said. “The only thing I can say to them is that they’re still in your heart. Think about them in your heart. They really are. I can tell you from experience, they’re in your heart.”