Interview With the Bidens Has People In Tears | 22 Words

The first couple's Valentine's Day interview has brought everyone to tears, for the best reason...

President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, have been making headlines all around the world...

And the latest reason has to be the sweetest yet...

Of course, the Bidens are extremely busy people at the moment...

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But on Valentine's Day, one news journalist managed to catch up with the couple for a casual chat, and it's had a pretty emotional impact on viewers.

It seems as though everyone is taken aback by their laid back approach to presidential life.

And it's not hard to see why.

For Valentine's Day, the White House lawn was decorated with positive hearts.

As they walked along casually with coffee cups, the first couple was met by a few reporters.

Their conversation has since gone viral for the best reason...

The wonderfully ordinary conversation has been met with praise online after some found it brought them to tears...

First, a reporter asked Dr. Biden what inspired her to display the hearts on their lawn...

She said, "I just wanted some joy. With the pandemic, just, everybody's feeling a little down. So it's just a little joy. A little hope. That's all."

Biden then told reporters that Valentine's Day is Jill's favorite holiday...

And that she once painted "Joe loves Jill" on his windows when he was vice president.

We can't cope.

Asked how he would help people who are feeling down right now, Biden replied, "Tell them there is hope."

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"There's hope. They just have to stay strong. A lot of people have gone through unbearable suffering. They've lost their families—lost their children, lost their husbands, wives, moms, dads—and it's almost unbearable. The one thing I can say to them is they're still in your heart...they really are."

The first couple and the reporter chatted a bit more...

After talking about the couple's German Shepherds, Champ and Major, President Biden handed his cup of coffee to the reporter, assuring him he hadn't had any.

It was that act of kindness and their candid conversation that moved many people to tears.

Some people even admitted that the whole thing was "overwhelming" after the past 4 years.

This is definitely what we need right now.

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