Jill Biden Refuses to Comment on Race, Tells Reporters ‘Don’t Yell at Me’
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Jill Biden Refuses to Comment on Race, Tells Reporters ‘Don’t Yell at Me’

First Lady Jill Biden emerged from a local coffee shop at 2:45 p.m. and was approached by an ABC reporter to share a message with Democrats and share her feelings about the state of the race.

She stopped, turned to the group of White House reporters, and addressed them directly.

“Why are you yelling at me? You know me. Don’t yell at me. Just talk,” she said, before refusing to answer questions.

President Joe Biden has refused to drop out of the presidential race despite concerns about his ability to remain in office for a possible second term.

In a letter sent to congressional Democrats on Monday, Biden reiterated his commitment to the race.

“I am committed to staying in this race, taking it to the finish line, and defeating Donald Trump,” Biden wrote.

“I want to make sure I was right that the average voter there wanted Joe Biden, and I’m sure that’s the case,” Biden told Morning Joe this morning. “I’m not going anywhere,” he said.

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