First Lady Jill Biden acted more like the president than her husband did on Sept. 11, laying a wreath at the Pentagon while Joe decided to fly to Alaska and do an event there because it was a shorter distance from where he was than New York.
It was her first public appearance since testing positive for COVID-19 last week. She tested negative on Thursday.
Mrs. Biden was with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army General Mark Milley to mark the solemn occasion where almost 3,000 Americans died.
Biden laid the wreath, prayed over it (or at least folded her hands), and then Milley and Austin saluted her.
At a second event, she said, "22 years ago today, the horror of 9/11 changed us all in some way. We must always remember those lost that day and in the aftermath. And we will keep their families, always in our hearts. We stand with them today and every day."
She is obviously more mentally aware than her husband, but she's not the one who was elected.
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