Dr. Jill Biden's ex-husband slams her encouragement of a 'struggling' Joe Biden

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By stefan armitage

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Bill Stevenson - Jill Biden's former husband - has added his voice to the criticism surrounding her support for Joe Biden's continued candidacy following his controversial debate performance.

GettyImages-2159620622.jpgPresident Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden. Credit: Derek White / Getty

In an interview with The New York Post, Stevenson expressed bewilderment over Jill Biden's unwavering defense of her husband amidst growing concerns about his fitness for office.

"The Dr. Jill Biden who I've seen on TV in the last five years is not the same person I married or that I recognize in any way," Stevenson remarked, reflecting on their marriage from 1970 to 1975. He spoke about her significant transformation, stating: "She's matriculated into a completely different woman."

Stevenson, now 75 and residing in Delaware, is an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump and has previously criticized what he calls "the Biden crime family."

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He voiced perplexity over Jill Biden's role in supporting her husband's campaign despite what he perceives as evident struggles on Biden's part. "I just don’t understand why she is so adamant about defending him and keeping him in the race since it appears that he’s struggling," Stevenson told The Post.

"It appears that he’s struggling with everybody these days."

Reflecting on their shared history, Stevenson acknowledged Jill Biden's ambitions, saying: "I've watched Jill grow," and even noted that he has been, "proud of her at certain moments."

"I have no hard feelings," Stevenson claimed.

Stevenson, who remarried and has a family of his own, once supported Joe Biden during his earlier political career, including his tenure as vice president under Barack Obama.

However, he has since become critical, alleging Biden's dishonesty and questioning his mental acuity.

"It makes me cringe every time he calls Trump a liar, because I'm telling you right now, there is no better liar than President Biden," Stevenson asserted, highlighting that he is one of the few people outside of the Biden family who has known the POTUS for so long.

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Stevenson is set to publish a new book titled The Bidens: The Early Years, which is expected to delve into their history together. While he acknowledges Biden's accomplishments in the past, Stevenson remains adamant about his concerns regarding Biden's current state of mind. "Look, I'm not a doctor or a psychiatrist but yeah, I felt he lost a step three or four years ago. Now I think it's more like a couple of steps," he commented.

The interview with Stevenson comes amid mounting pressure on Jill Biden to influence her husband's political decisions, with reports suggesting internal deliberations within Democratic circles about Biden's fitness to continue leading the party.

Even The New York Times has published an op-ed calling for Biden to withdraw from the race.

Despite these challenges, President Joe Biden remains resolute in his commitment to his campaign, addressing concerns about his age and performance during a recent rally in North Carolina, where he reaffirmed his dedication to the presidency - following a lackluster debate performance against Trump.


"I know I’m not a young man - I don’t walk as easy as I used to, I don’t speak as smoothly as I used to, I don’t debate as well as I used to," he told the crowd. "But I know what I do know, I know how to tell the truth.

"I know right from wrong. I know how to do this job. I know how to get things done.

"I know, like many of Americans know, when you get knocked down, you get back up."

Biden has since been widely praised on social media for his impassioned speech.

Featured image credit: Derek White / Getty

Dr. Jill Biden's ex-husband slams her encouragement of a 'struggling' Joe Biden

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By stefan armitage

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Bill Stevenson - Jill Biden's former husband - has added his voice to the criticism surrounding her support for Joe Biden's continued candidacy following his controversial debate performance.

GettyImages-2159620622.jpgPresident Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden. Credit: Derek White / Getty

In an interview with The New York Post, Stevenson expressed bewilderment over Jill Biden's unwavering defense of her husband amidst growing concerns about his fitness for office.

"The Dr. Jill Biden who I've seen on TV in the last five years is not the same person I married or that I recognize in any way," Stevenson remarked, reflecting on their marriage from 1970 to 1975. He spoke about her significant transformation, stating: "She's matriculated into a completely different woman."

Stevenson, now 75 and residing in Delaware, is an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump and has previously criticized what he calls "the Biden crime family."

GettyImages-2159144211.jpgNow, Dr. Biden's ex-husband has slammed her encouragement of the POTUS. Credit: The Washington Post / Getty

He voiced perplexity over Jill Biden's role in supporting her husband's campaign despite what he perceives as evident struggles on Biden's part. "I just don’t understand why she is so adamant about defending him and keeping him in the race since it appears that he’s struggling," Stevenson told The Post.

"It appears that he’s struggling with everybody these days."

Reflecting on their shared history, Stevenson acknowledged Jill Biden's ambitions, saying: "I've watched Jill grow," and even noted that he has been, "proud of her at certain moments."

"I have no hard feelings," Stevenson claimed.

Stevenson, who remarried and has a family of his own, once supported Joe Biden during his earlier political career, including his tenure as vice president under Barack Obama.

However, he has since become critical, alleging Biden's dishonesty and questioning his mental acuity.

"It makes me cringe every time he calls Trump a liar, because I'm telling you right now, there is no better liar than President Biden," Stevenson asserted, highlighting that he is one of the few people outside of the Biden family who has known the POTUS for so long.

GettyImages-2159037936.jpgCredit: Allison Joyce / Getty

Stevenson is set to publish a new book titled The Bidens: The Early Years, which is expected to delve into their history together. While he acknowledges Biden's accomplishments in the past, Stevenson remains adamant about his concerns regarding Biden's current state of mind. "Look, I'm not a doctor or a psychiatrist but yeah, I felt he lost a step three or four years ago. Now I think it's more like a couple of steps," he commented.

The interview with Stevenson comes amid mounting pressure on Jill Biden to influence her husband's political decisions, with reports suggesting internal deliberations within Democratic circles about Biden's fitness to continue leading the party.

Even The New York Times has published an op-ed calling for Biden to withdraw from the race.

Despite these challenges, President Joe Biden remains resolute in his commitment to his campaign, addressing concerns about his age and performance during a recent rally in North Carolina, where he reaffirmed his dedication to the presidency - following a lackluster debate performance against Trump.


"I know I’m not a young man - I don’t walk as easy as I used to, I don’t speak as smoothly as I used to, I don’t debate as well as I used to," he told the crowd. "But I know what I do know, I know how to tell the truth.

"I know right from wrong. I know how to do this job. I know how to get things done.

"I know, like many of Americans know, when you get knocked down, you get back up."

Biden has since been widely praised on social media for his impassioned speech.

Featured image credit: Derek White / Getty