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Jill Biden claims Trump would ‘destroy’ public education if president

First Lady Jill Biden insisted Saturday that the future of U.S. public education remains bright if her husband Joe Biden is re-elected president, while Donald Trump will only bring “chaos and division.” did.

“I always believed Joe would be the best president in education,” Biden, 72, told a crowd of 1,200 people at the American Federation of Teachers’ annual spring conference in Manhattan.

Trump, on the other hand, “wakes up every morning and cares about himself and only one person,” he said. The educator added, the mere mention of the former president and likely Republican front-runner’s name drew boos from the left-leaning crowd.


First Lady Jill Biden insisted that if her husband Joe Biden is re-elected president, Donald Trump will only bring “chaos and division” and the future of public education in the United States remains bright. AFP (via Getty Images)

“Donald Trump doesn’t want to strengthen our public education system; he wants to destroy it,” she continued in a barely disguised campaign cry.

“If Donald Trump is re-elected, there will be chaos and division,” she argued.

“A world where public schools are privatized and their funding eradicated, teachers unions are marginalized, lesson plans are censored, and books are banned. America doesn’t ban books.”

Also in attendance were Democratic Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and UFT President Michael Mulgrew.

Mr. Biden made the pitch five days before Mr. Trump’s planned campaign rally in the South Bronx to members of the teachers union, which has long been a tool for Democrats to keep the 81-year-old in the White House. I did it.


Republican presidential candidate former President Donald Trump attends the annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner hosted by the Minnesota Republican Party on May 17, 2024 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
“Donald Trump doesn’t want to strengthen our public education system; he wants to destroy it,” she continued in a barely disguised campaign cry. Getty Images

The May 23 rally in Crotona Park will be the 77-year-old’s first rally in his native state since 2016, and will be the 77-year-old’s first rally in his home state since 2016, following his campaign’s record-breaking rally at the Jersey Shore last Saturday. It will be held following the event.

The first lady trekked to New York after spending the past week It’s difficult for the commander in chief in Detroit. and other areas in the battleground state of Michigan.

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