Dr Jill Biden Will Continue To Teach When She Becomes First Lady | 22 Words

Dr. Jill Biden has made more headlines this month than ever before, and her latest CBS interview has gotten a lot of people talking after revealing her plans for when she becomes first lady...

Jill Biden has been in the news A LOT recently...

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But one of the biggest stories has come after she's revealed her plans after becoming FLOTUS.

Now, Jill has been by her husband's side from day one, but let's not forget, she has some pretty amazing accomplishments of her own.

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As the motions begin for 4 years of a Joe Biden presidency, Jill Biden has had to deal with her fair share of insulting remarks. And people are loving how she's dealing with them...

After her husband's win, she quickly followed with her words of congratulations.

Sharing a photo of the pair in their Delaware home, she wrote: "He will be a president for all of our families."

Many people began gushing over the "normality" of their photo...

And they noted how refreshing it is to have an "actual American family" win the presidency.

The Bidens are undeniably very different to the Trumps...

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And, in an interview with CBS Sunday Morning back in August, the future first lady detailed just how different the White House will be under a Biden rule.

Jill, who is currently a full-time English professor at Northern Virginia Community College, previously said:

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"If we get to the White House, I'm gonna continue to teach. It's important, and I want people to value teachers and know their contributions, and lift up the profession."

In 231 years of the role's existence, she would be making history if she were to continue working.

Historian Katherine Jellison, a professor at Ohio University who studies first ladies, told CBS News on Saturday that Jill would be the only first lady to hold a paid job and first to have a doctorate degree.

In the same interview, she outlined her other plans as the first lady.

She'll advocate for free community college tuition, funding for cancer research, and support for military families, as she did in her role as the second lady. And of course, people are thrilled that she plans to continue working...

And in a recent interview with CBS on Sunday, she went into more detail about her plans to teach alongside being FLOTUS.

"I hope so. I would love to," she said when asked if she would continue teaching as the first lady. "If we get to the White House, I’m going to continue to teach. It’s important, and I want people to value teachers and know their contributions and lift up their profession."

She has been a teacher for thirty-six years and clearly isn't planning on giving that up anytime soon...

“I want to do what I love," she told PEOPLE in 2009 after beginning her new job as an English professor at Northern Virginia Community College while Joe Biden took the role as vice president.

“I knew if I let any time-lapse, I would be sucked into Joe’s life. I can have my own job, my own life, but also work on issues," she said at the time.

“I can have it all, really."

The future president also appeared in the new CBS profile talking about his wife...

"I adore her. I’m gonna sound so stupid, I was saying the other day, when she comes down the steps and I look at her my heart still skips a beat," he said.

Biden is currently gearing up to announce his female running mate and said he values his wife's help throughout it all...

"What Jill is best at helping me do is figure out who the people around me would be most compatible with me," he said. "She knows me better than I know me."

"We’ve talked about the different women candidates but it’s gotta be Joe’s decision," Jill continued in her CBS interview.

"Who he feels most comfortable with, who shares his values. And that’s what he’s always said that’s what he and Barack had." Not long now until the announcement, let's hope this year is better than the last! Keep scrolling for more...