Jill Biden’s Ex-Husband Speaks Out On Jill’s Secret Motivations For Being First Lady

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While the first lady’s willingness to stand by her husband may play well with some Americans after President Biden’s widely derided debate showing on Thursday, others do not take such a rosy view.

Jill Biden’s ex-husband Bill Stevenson dished about his former spouse in a new interview with the New York Post Saturday,

Stevenson commented: “The Dr. Jill Biden who I’ve seen on TV in the last five years is not the same person I married or that I recognize in any way. She’s matriculated into a completely different woman.”

The first lady even praised her husband’s debate performance on Thursday, despite many Democrats calling for Biden to exit.

“Joe, you did such a great job,” she told him at a debate after-party. “You answered every question. You knew all the facts.”

As Stevenson noted, Jill Biden’s on-board duties are hardly helping her husband.

“I just don’t understand why she is so adamant about defending him and keeping him in the race since it appears that he’s struggling,” Stevenson said. “It appears that he’s struggling with everybody these days.

“I’ve been proud of her at certain moments. I have no hard feelings. … I’m just surprised to see her front and center in the middle of this battle after flying under the radar for so many years. She’s always been very driven. People say she’s the one who wants to be president now.”

Stevenson, a big Trump supporter himself, also claimed the president never stopped lying.

“It makes me cringe every time he calls Trump a liar because I’m telling you right now, there is no better liar than President Biden,” Stevenson said.

Biden’s Thursday debate added more speculation over his health, as he appeared weak and stumbled several times. The 81-year-old politician was then one day later called on to drop out of the race by The New York Times editorial board.

“Biden is not the man he was four years ago,” the editorial board wrote. “The president appeared on Thursday night as the shadow of a great public servant. He struggled to explain what he would accomplish in a second term. … [T]he greatest public service Mr. Biden can now perform is to announce that he will not continue to run for re-election.”