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Jill Biden posted a picture on Twitter of her sitting at the presidential desk on Air Force One with her looking through a large briefing book and the message, “Prepping for the G-7.” That sparked a lot of questions from people as to where Joe was and what she was doing in his seat.

pro tip for real journalists: ask where Joe is since FLOTUS is in his AF1 seat. Sleeping in the back bedroom? Socializing up front? https://t.co/B9FrVAdYqh

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) June 9, 2021

So, after a classic skewering of Kamala Harris the night before, Tucker Carlson took on “Dr. Jill” and what she was doing at the desk, preparing to represent us abroad. “Dr. Jill’s in charge now…so the point couldn’t be clearer.”


Carlson speculated what she might be reviewing in the briefing book and teased that perhaps she finally was reviewing the position paper that she wrote to get her Ed.D. which I wrote about in detail here. Needless to say, it wasn’t the most stunning piece of academic work on the block.

A little reminder of what I wrote about it last year suggesting she needed a copy editor. Oh, and help with math.

First, there was this gem in the second sentence: “The needs of the student population are often undeserved, resulting in a student drop-out rate of almost one third.” Were their needs “undeserved” or did she mean “underserved,” as I suspect?

Then there were some other fun ones: “Three quarters of the class will be Caucasian; one quarter of the class will be African American; one seat will hold a Latino; and the remaining seats will be filled with students of Asian descent or non-resident aliens.” How many quarters is that, Dr. Biden?

Then there was this passage at which people might look askance. Yikes.

“Many minority students lack basic skills such as identifying the main idea and supporting statements, identifying parts of speech or using punctuation correctly…”

But Tucker raises a great basic question. What is Jill Biden really trying to convey with this picture?

Now, we

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