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Jill Biden Brutally Heckled: ‘Your Husband’s The Worst President We’ve Ever Had – You Owe Us Gas Money’

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First Lady Jill Biden was brutally heckled during a visit to deep blue New Haven, Connecticut.

Biden is embarking on a three-state swing to help get President Joe Biden’s approval ratings, which have been in a free-for-fall since he took office.

While visiting New Haven, Biden stopped for ice cream with Connecticut Democrat Gov. Ned Lamont — and at least one angry person was there waiting on her.

On her way inside, she was heckled by a man who yelled: “Your husband’s the worst president we’ve ever had. You owe us gas money.”

“Thank you for your support,” Jill Biden can be heard saying back.

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The news comes on the heels of President Biden testing positive for covid on Thursday.

The White House physician announced on Friday morning that President Biden had a slightly elevated temperature on Thursday night but that “his symptoms have improved.”

Dr. Kevin O’Connor said Biden had a temperature of 99.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Thursday evening, which has since returned to normal since he received Tylenol.

O’Connor said Biden still has a “runny nose and fatigue” as well as a “loose” and “occasional non-productive” cough.

O’Connor writes, “The President is tolerating treatment well. His symptoms are being treated with oral hydration, Tylenol, and an Albuterol inhaler as needed.”

“There has been nothing in the course of his illness thus far which give me cause to alter that initial expectation,” the president’s physician added.

Biden first tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday morning.

Biden’s diagnosis has also concerned some top Democrats with November’s midterms just a few months out.

​​“There is a political concern here,” said one Democratic strategist, according to AOL. “Obviously, there’s the elephant in the room about how well he recovers. Does he have a pretty mild case, or does he have complications?”

Other Democrats worry Biden may have lingering effects from the virus that could last weeks or months — fueling concerns from many that the president is too old to be in office.

“There’s also some concern of making sure a 79-year-old president doesn’t look frail or doesn’t seem unhealthy,” the strategist said.

“People are more annoyed than worried” about his health, the person close to the White House said.

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“What happens in the next week will be important,” another Democrat said. “He needs to get outside moving around.”

There continues to be widespread speculation that former first lady and two-time Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton will make a third run for the White House in 2024.

And while she herself has dismissed such talk, she also continues to fuel the speculation, and she did so once again on Thursday after the White House announced that President Joe Biden had contracted COVID-19.

Clinton posted a cryptic tweet showing her standing on an airport tarmac in front of a plane with “Clinton Gore” on it with this photo caption: “On the move, 1992” — a reference to the year her husband, Bill Clinton

The tweet showed a picture of Clinton standing on a tarmac in front of a plane with the words “Clinton Gore” on it.

“On the move, 1992,” Clinton captioned the photo.

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The Western Journal adds:

In 1992, Bill Clinton was running for president with Al Gore as his running mate. The photo, then, likely shows Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail with her husband.

Since Clinton published the tweet on the same day Biden was diagnosed with COVID-19, many people wondered whether it was a subtle hint about her plans to run in 2024.

Online users took the tweet to be a hint of things that may be yet to come for Clinton.

“This is what Hillary Clinton tweeted right after the announcement that Biden has Covid,” Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ spokesperson Christina Pushaw wrote. “Very subtle.”

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Other users also made similar connections.

Last month, Clinton gave an interview to the Financial Times where she talked about her own political career, former President Donald Trump, Biden’s presidency, and the 2024 election as she ruled out ever campaigning for the office herself again.

“No, out of the question,” she said. “First of all, I expect Biden to run. He certainly intends to run. It would be very disruptive to challenge that.”

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