Jill Biden wrapped up her first day back in the classroom on Tuesday by watching from the Truman balcony as President Joe Biden returned to the White House from his trip visiting flood damage in New York and New Jersey.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
President Biden waved to his wife as he disembarked from Marine One, wrapping up a long day seeing the damage from Hurricane Ida, which killed 52 people in the North East.
The first lady, in a blue suit jacket, looked pensive as she stood, partially behind one of the pillars of the second-story balcony, which is connected to the White House residence.
Jill Biden, 70, followed the lead of many other students and teachers on Tuesday when she returned to the classroom at Northern Virginia Community College, where she has worked since 2009, teaching English and writing.
She is the first first lady in modern history to have a paying job outside of her White House duties. The role of first lady is largely ceremonial and, while it includes a staff, it is an unpaid position.
Jill Biden watches from the Truman Balcony as President Biden returns to the White House
President Joe Biden waves to his wife Jill as he exits Marine One on the South Lawn
Biden defines herself by her teaching job, which she talks about frequently in public appearances and in interviews.
'Teaching isn't just what I do. It's who I am,'