When writing on Democrat First Ladies, AP should represent Associated Publicists. Darlene Superville wrote Monday’s Year-in-Review Valentine.
Jill Biden: I didn’t expect ‘healing role’ as first lady
For someone who was the Second Lady for eight years, this sounds astonishingly naive. There was not a “Doctor”, perhaps because “healing” might be too literal.
Wrapping up a year in which she saw herself as a key member of President Joe Biden’s team, the first lady told The Associated Press that she found herself taking on a role that “I didn’t kind of expect, which was like a healing role, because we’ve faced so much as a nation.”
Jill Biden spoke in the sun near the pool of a Las Vegas hotel, a day after comforting families in Louisville, Colorado. While she hugged the victims, Biden later expressed condolences and went on to offer public condolences for the dogs and pets that were lost in the blaze.
There’s no space here to write anything negative or critical, like how Jill Biden was expected to lead an effort to reunite separated illegal-immigrant families, but then she wasn’t. Superville was trapped in “comforterinchief” PR mode.
Her visits to Colorado and to see victims of a deadly Christmas parade crash in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and a trip last Friday to tornado-ravaged areas of Kentucky are a “prime example” of the responsibility she feels, she said. It’s what she would want as a regular person who survived a natural disaster or other tragedy.
“I would want to know that my president and first lady cared about me,” Biden said. “I think that’s an important part of what I do. I mean, just helping people through the tough times.”
Waukesha wasn’t a “crash”, it was mass murder-by car. The crime was committed more than three months after it occurred. Mrs. Biden did not arrive in time to assist.
If you think AP can get past a Biden puff piece and not drag out the Biden vehicle crash, then you are wrong.
She and Joe Biden wed less than five years after his first wife and infant daughter were killed in a 1972 automobile crash, and at age 26 she became a mother to his two surviving young sons. In 2015, the couple buried one of those boys, Beau, after he died of brain cancer at age 46.
First lady, who has experienced the loss of many close friends to breast-cancer, sympathized with Coloradoans. Her home in Delaware caught on fire in the aftermath of a lightning strike.
Take a look at the AP’s last report about Melania Trump. This suggested she was selling non-fungible tokens.
It’s unclear what percentage of the proceeds will be donated, or whether the donations will be given to specific foster child-related charities. An email inquiry about how the donations would be structured were not answered by Melania Trump’s press contact.
Aaron Dorfman, President and CEO of The [leftist] National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, says when a company says “a portion of the proceeds” will go to charity without indicating specifically what amount, “It’s a huge red flag.”
“It means that charity is not a serious part of their plan,” Dorfman said. “It’s a marketing ploy.”
Trump’s family has had a turbulent history with charity work.Although Melania Trump wasn’t directly involved in the clash about a New York charity that her family run,
While still president, Donald Trump paid a $2 million court-ordered fine after conceding he used his charitable foundation as a personal piggy bank. The eight charities that were to receive the fine are listed below.
The Trump Foundation was disbanded.
AP journalism is more marketing ploy than fact. It could also be a charitable effort to aid the Democrats.