President Joe Biden is understandably on a high after signing the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill and announcing that all American adults will be eligible for a vaccine by May 1. Despite the fact that he’s achieved a lot since taking office, there’s one concern that many people have about Joe’s personal life that has little to do with his recent achievements.
Is Joe Biden’s wedding ring visible?
President Biden has been married to Jill Biden for decades, as anyone who knows him knows. And the fact that they seem to have a loving relationship, President Biden does not appear to wear a wedding ring. This tradition, it turns out, is fairly popular among politicians, even though it irritates some in the conservative media.
In reality, when Vice President Joe Biden was in office, he didn’t wear a wedding ring, and neither did President Barack Obama for the most part. Jill, like Michelle Obama, is often seen wearing her wedding ring. For reasons that they’ve never completely explained, their husbands, on the other hand, have chosen to go ringless for most of their public life.
Former President Trump has avoided wearing a wedding ring while in office. This was valid long before he became president, as it turns out. He has long stopped wearing his wedding ring, as shown by old clips from The Apprentice.
On the anniversary of the pandemic, Joe Biden gave his first primetime address.
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President Biden did not wear his wedding ring during his first address to the country, which was delivered on the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic’s official declaration. In his speech, he said that by May 1, all Americans over the age of 18 would be eligible for a vaccine.
He said, “Let me be clear.” “That doesn’t mean everybody can get the shot right away, but it does mean you’ll be able to get one starting May 1.”
Biden reported that the United States was averaging more than 2 million vaccinations every day, and that the government had mobilized thousands of former nurses and other healthcare professionals to administer the vaccines. He listed July 4 as a potential start date for a return to normalcy, but he also admitted that the virus’s circumstances might alter.
“After such a long and difficult year, this Independence Day will be truly special because we will not only celebrate our independence as a country, but we will also begin to celebrate our independence from this virus,” he said. “I’ll need your help to make that happen. I need everybody in the United States to pitch in.”