this senile woman could have at least waited till her brother was no longer in office.FUTURE POTUS?: Joe Biden’s sister endorses Meghan Markle for president
Author of the articleenette Wilford
Publishing date:May 10, 2022 • 18 hours ago • 2 minute read • 57 Comments
Just call Meghan Markle “Madame President.” One day. Maybe.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s sister, Valerie Biden Owens, told Good Morning Britain on Tuesday that the Duchess of Sussex has the makings of a solid future candidate for the presidency.
“It’s wonderful to have women in politics,” Biden Owens said of Meghan’s political dabblings to date. “The more women we have, the better our democratic system will work with a better point of view, a different point of view and we embrace all women.”
The political strategist and adviser added: “We welcome [Meghan] to come in and join the Democratic Party.”
When asked by GMB correspondent Noel Phillips if Meghan would “make a good potential candidate one day maybe for president?” Biden Owens responded: “Yes, perhaps. Of course she will!”
Biden Owens’ unofficial endorsement comes as she promotes her new book, Growing Up Biden, in which she details her childhood with Joe, who she “absolutely” expects to run again in 2024.
Prior to Meghan’s royal life, the former Suits star admitted that early on, she considered going into a career politics, after securing an internship at the U.S. Embassy in Argentina during her junior year of college.
“It was during their economic devaluation and our secretary of the treasury at the time, Paul O’Neill, was there,” she recounted to Marie Claire in 2013. “So I’m 20 years old, in Buenos Aires, in a motorcade, doing that whole thing. I thought for sure I would still have a career in politics.”
Members of the British Royal Family typically leave politics out of their daily lives, but considering Meghan is no longer a working royal, politics could be up her future alley.
Last year, Meghan dipped her foot into the political pool when she wrote a letter lobbying for paid parental leave.
She faced criticism for addressing the message with her royal title, from the “Office of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
“I’m not an elected official, and I’m not a politician,” she wrote in the letter to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
“I am, like many, an engaged citizen and a parent,” she continued. “And because you and your congressional colleagues have a role in shaping family outcomes for generations to come, that’s why I’m writing to you at this deeply important time — as a mom — to advocate for paid leave.”
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