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Bidens reveal hopes, fears, and marriage tips in first White House interview
(Newser) – A week into his presidency, Joe Biden joined his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, for the couple's first sit-down interview from the White House. Courtesy of People, the discussion covers everything from their 43-year marriage to the outlook of the coronavirus pandemic—and the president took a dig at the previous administration. Some highlights:

No President Biden without Jill: If not for the first lady, "I don't think I would have stayed involved in public life," Biden said. She "came along at a really important point and put my family back together. She's the glue that held it together."

If not for the first lady, "I don't think I would have stayed involved in public life," Biden said. She "came along at a really important point and put my family back together. She's the glue that held it together." Leaning into each other: "Everyone says marriage is a 50-50. Well, that's not true. Sometimes you have to be 70-30," said Biden. "Sometimes when somebody's down, the other one steps in." And "we've been really supportive of one another."

"Everyone says marriage is a 50-50. Well, that's not true. Sometimes you have to be 70-30," said Biden. "Sometimes when somebody's down, the other one steps in." And "we've been really supportive of one another." Valentine's tradition: Dr. Biden said the white corsage she wore during inauguration celebrations was a surprise gift from her husband. "I love gardenias and so Joe would buy me a wrist corsage of gardenias" as a Valentine's Day tradition, she said. The president said it's important to show a person how much they're loved "no matter how much time has gone by."

Dr. Biden said the white corsage she wore during inauguration celebrations was a surprise gift from her husband. "I love gardenias and so Joe would buy me a wrist corsage of gardenias" as a Valentine's Day tradition, she said. The president said it's important to show a person how much…
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