February 27, 2024

Jill Biden Reportedly Yelled At Joe's Brothers While He Suffered Brain Aneurysm, Book Says

A recent book alleges that First Lady Jill Biden solidified her role as a primary decision-maker within the Biden family following her husband's health crisis involving two brain aneurysms, which occurred around a decade into their marriage.

During then-Senator Joe Biden's hospitalization at Walter Reed Military Medical Center in 1988, Jill Biden reportedly asserted herself as the key authority on his health decisions.

The claims are from excerpts from the book "American Woman: The Transformation of the Modern First Lady, from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden" by New York Times reporter Katie Rogers.

The book claims that Jill Biden, witnessing discussions among other family members about Joe Biden's treatment, expressed frustration at being excluded from the decision-making process.

“She was exhausted. In the hospital, as she watched Joe’s mother, sister, and brothers debate the best path forward for Joe’s treatment, something in her broke,” Rogers wrote.

She asserted her rightful role, stating, "He’s my husband. I should be making the decision here."

In a pivotal moment, Joe Biden's mother eventually supported Jill's assertion, recognizing her as a significant decision-maker within the family dynamic.

This moment marked, as Jill Biden recounted, her transition to a fully integrated member of the Biden family.

Joe Biden's medical condition, characterized by a 50/50 chance of survival and potential long-term cognitive impairment, posed significant challenges for the family.

For Jill Biden, already navigating the complexities of raising their three children and managing her discomfort with public speaking, the diagnosis added to an already stressful period.

The book sheds light on Jill Biden's critical role during a crucial moment in her husband's health crisis, highlighting her emergence as a prominent figure within the Biden family's decision-making process as he faces a tough reelection campaign this year.

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