When will Jill Biden be in WH? Melania Trump slammed for Thanksgiving tweet: 'Looking forward to classy FLOTUS'

Melania has not reached out to Biden’s wife, Dr Jill Biden, yet, so, it will interesting to see if the Bidens get invited to the White House before January 20


                            When will Jill Biden be in WH? Melania Trump slammed for Thanksgiving tweet: 'Looking forward to classy FLOTUS'
Melania Trump and Jill Biden (Getty Images)

The US election season seems to be far from over, with President Donald Trump still adamant to pursue to legal options in order to challenge the results. He hasn’t conceded yet but after much delay, the Trump administration greenlit to start the formal transition process, according to a letter sent by administrator Emily Murphy on Monday, November 23. President-elect Joe Biden has also started to announce his picks of top jobs in his upcoming administration. Amidst all these, people welcomed the Thanksgiving celebrations. Authorities had requested people to be extremely careful about this year's celebrations owing to the ongoing pandemic.

First Lady Melania Trump joined her husband for the annual National Thanksgiving Turkey pardoning at the White House's Rose Garden. The pardoning of the turkey has been an annual presidential tradition since 1989. Trump issued a full pardon on a "very, very fortunate turkey" and added, "Because Thanksgiving is a special day for turkeys — I guess, probably for the most part, not a very good one when you think about." Before pardoning the turkeys, he had extended his "eternal gratitude to the doctors, nurses, health care workers and scientists who have waged the battle against the China virus." He also thanked the vaccines and therapies "that will soon end the pandemic".

The FLOTUS from her formal Twitter account tweeted, “On #Thanksgiving, we are reminded of the love of family & friends as we reflect upon the many blessings we have received. We are thankful for our service members, first responders & law enforcement for all they do to defend & serve this great Nation. #HappyThanksgiving.” Melania has not reached out to Biden’s wife, Dr Jill Biden, yet. So, it will interesting to see if the Bidens get invited to the White House before January 20.



 

 

Melania’s latest tweet also got a lot of reactions from Twitter users. One said, “In 50 days it will be Dr. Jill Biden @ FLOTUS. US government account.” A user commented, “She will be remembered for her nude pictures. I am looking forward to a Classy First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden!”  Another opined, “Jill Biden in her quiet way is far more beautiful than Melania. She exudes a gentle dignity.” A user tweeted, “Besides the obvious getting rid of Trump, imagine going from Mike Pence to Kamala Harris & from Melania Trump to Dr Jill Biden.”

A user stated, “What an amazing, beautiful, talented, caring, & smart First Lady Michelle Obama was. I can’t wait for an equally wonderful First Lady Jill Biden.” Another commented, “Not many people care what the person tweeting this for you has to say. If it was First Lady Dr. Jill Biden tweeting this then it would have a lot of meaning. You are irrelevant.”



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

On the other hand, Biden delivered an upbeat Thanksgiving address at the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday, November 25. The 78-year-old former vice-president said that he believed “this grim season of division and demonization will give way to a year of light and unity” and he stressed love and what to be thankful for in a year which has seen the world struggling with the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

In latest news, as reported by CNBC, speaking to reporters on the Thanksgiving holiday, on Thursday, November 26, Trump stated that if Biden is certified the election winner by the Electoral College, he will leave the White House.

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