Joe Biden Says Key To Happy Marriage Is ‘Good Sex’: Book


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A new book has reportedly quoted President Joe Biden revealing something about marital bliss that did not make First Lady Jill Biden very happy, according to a Friday report.

According to an exclusive excerpt from the upcoming book “American Women: The Transformation of the Modern First Lady, from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden,” obtained by Daily Mail, Biden reportedly provoked a negative reaction from his bride by allegedly divulging the risqué reason behind the endurance of their 47-year marriage to aides.

Biden offered the marital advice to aides, “much to his wife’s chagrin,” according to author and New York Times White House correspondent Katie Rogers, the Daily Mail reported.

It’s not the first time the president has divulged a little too much information about being intimate with the first lady.

He previously discussed the enjoyment of “making love” with Jill in 2006 when he was asked about running for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, the Daily Mail added.

“I’d rather be at home making love to my wife while my children are asleep,” Biden reportedly said at a leadership PAC event organized to support him in June 2006, The Hill reported at the time.


Biden would go on to run for the nomination only to lose to then-Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), before going on to become Obama’s vice president.

Meanwhile, Jill Biden questioned senior aides about why they failed to stop President Joe Biden during a nearly two-hour press conference in January 2022, according to a separate new book.

“She had watched the news conference, and the look on her face told everyone in the room — from the president on down — that they had some explaining to do,” New York Times reporter Katie Rogers wrote of Jill Biden in “American Woman,” according to Axios, which obtained a copy of the book.

“Why didn’t anyone stop that?” asked the first lady, who is known as the president’s protector.

According to a new book, Jill asked: “Where were you guys? ‘Where was the person who was going to end the press conference?”

In her book, Rogers reveals that Jill Biden confronted President Biden and his aides following the Jan. 19, 2022, news conference commemorating his first year in office.

During the nearly two-hour conference, Biden discussed various issues but occasionally stumbled over facts and reacted strongly to a reporter who cited his remarks comparing political adversaries to segregationists, Fox News reported.


“She had watched the news conference, and the look on her face told everyone in the room — from the president on down — that they had some explaining to do,” Rogers wrote in the excerpt reported by Axios. “‘Why didn’t anyone stop that?’ she demanded.”

Rogers wrote that the First Lady’s hostile reaction even cowered her husband into silence.

“Everyone stayed silent, looking at one another, and then at her, and back to one another. That included the most powerful man in the world. Her husband essentially played along, not offering an answer, even though aides had slipped him a card suggesting he end the press conference,” Rogers wrote.

The revelation comes on the heels of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report following his investigation into Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified information in which he described the commander-in-chief’s deteriorated mental acuity.

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Hur’s 388-page report, which took the White House by surprise and sent shockwaves through the administration, documented Biden’s memory loss dating back nearly a decade, which puts him in 25th Amendment territory. It was also why Hur decided not to seek charges against Biden.

“Mr. Biden will likely present himself to the jury, as he did during his interview with our office, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” Hur wrote in explaining his rationale for refusing prosecution. “…It would be difficult to convince a jury they should convict him – by then a former president who will be at least well into his eighties – of a serious felony that requires a mental state of willfulness.”

“Our investigation uncovered evidence that President Biden willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen,” the report said, adding that Biden also could not recall the years he served as vice president or the year his son, Beau, died of brain cancer.