Vogue Endorses Jill Biden as FLOTUS With a Cover Feature


By Hannah Claire Brimelow

Jill Biden has been warmly welcomed and presented by one of the most infamous fashion magazines.

Emboldened with headline “A First Lady for Us All”, the August copy of Vogue features President Joe Biden’s wife, Jill. The blonde, college professor was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and interviewed by Jonathan Van Meter. It glowingly details her time on the road, meeting college students,  and describing the current First Lady as “constitutionally shy” and “joy multiplier.”

Van Meter writes “‘Oh, please, call me Jill,’ she will say to people in formal settings who sometimes stumble over how to address her. ‘Sit down,’ she says, laughing, when people stand for a second too long in her presence.”

Between the praise of her connection to her students and her efforts to restart Michelle Obama’s Joining Forces Initiative, the magazine adoration of Jill Biden is strong and undeniable.

Many will remember that Melania Trump, wife of President Donald Trump, was not featured on the cover of Vogue.

Vogue’s reporting leans sharply to the left, and its editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is a longtime Democratic booster. In 2015, she teamed up with Harvey Weinstein to throw a lavish fundraiser for Hillary Clinton,” Fox News notes. “Vogue of course has a long history of featuring first ladies in the fashion magazine, every First Lady going back to Lou Hoover, with the except of Bess Truman and Melania Trump, who were not featured in the magazine”

Reportedly, Melania Trump’s office was reportedly contacted by Vogue in the early months of her husband’s presidency. 

Vogue reached out to Melania, hoping to schedule an Annie Leibovitz photo shoot of the First Lady in the White House, with writer Rob Haskell shadowing her for a few days to write a profile. All that sounded great, but the magazine could not guarantee that Melania would appear on the cover,” Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend of Mrs. Trump and a veteran staffer for the magazine, wrote in her tell-all book. The then-First Lady is said to have declined this indefinite deal. 

A successful model, Melania Trump previously appeared on the cover of Vogue. In January of 2005, she was featured in her wedding dress. 

The white satin Christian Dior gown was made from 300 feet of material and embroidered with 1,500 crystal rhinestones and pearls. Estimated to have cost in the region of $100,000, it was thought to be one of the most expensive wedding dresses ever made” the magazine reported.

Mrs. Biden’s cover does follow that of the other lady in President Biden’s life. Vice President Kamala Harris was on the cover of the magazine’s January issue. 

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7 responses to “Vogue Endorses Jill Biden as FLOTUS With a Cover Feature”

  1. Irris30 says:

    I once upon a time wasted some of my money on magazines. I wish I wouldn’t have tossed most years ago. But I had the People magazine that had Donald and Melania’s wedding. I remember she had a flower wreath on her head during the reception. So many pages dedicated to them before all media decided they were untouchable. Short memories everyone has when they only watch the news. I got called a racist for pointing out something historical yesterday. I am not mad, I just feel bad for her lack of knowledge and absolute ignorance of world history, culture, art and fashion. They say those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it….well we do not teach history in school. Everything I learned almost entirely is from self study. I love old history books, historical novels/movies/shows and art from the past. If people would read a history book once and awhile they would realize how narrow their view and knowledge is. Sorry for the rant but I am so tired of people name calling from a place a ignorance without even know the history from 15 years ago. We are surrounded by people who know less than Jon Snow. So sad.

  2. Clicwinko516 says:

    Of course.
    Melania deserved more credit and respect than the media ever gave her. Would this world be a better place if we didn’t make every single decision on politics? Like they could’ve featured her as a First Lady and talked about things other than politics like her family or her history or fashion or whatever and leave it at that. But it’s like, why treat everyone fairly?

  3. TheDarkworld says:

    When malice is laid bare

  4. VernonRedmon says:

    Let them speak, so that we can see, let them show us who or what they are or are becoming, let them prove to us they are everything they try to hide in plain sight for all they spread is hate all they preach is separation and all they want us to see them as is love.

  5. Maria Vanoni says:

    We traded in a Ferrari for a dumptruck

  6. MaineWolf says:

    no comment