Washington – First Lady Jill Biden took her husband’s unity agenda to an unlikely place on Monday when conservative cable station Newsmax aired an interview about cancer research.
to cure cancer central goal For President Joe Biden, his eldest son Beau died of brain cancer seven years ago.Last month he urged Americans to embrace “Moonshot” Initiative Reducing deaths is one of several goals he hopes to cross party lines in today’s fragmented political environment.
“It’s not a red problem, it’s a blue problem,” the First Lady told Newsmax. “Cancer affects every American.
It was a friendly conversation on a channel notorious for accusations of the president and his fellow Democrats.Newsmax is also facing lawsuits for broadcasting false allegations about voter manipulation. The channel denies any wrongdoing.
The interview was conducted by Nancy Brinker, who hosted the show on the cable channel and founded the breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The organization is named after Brinker’s sister, who died of cancer.
Biden and Blinker have known each other for years and previously teamed up at a June 23 cancer screening event in Palm Beach, Florida. They spoke at the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center on Saturday, and the interview aired during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Biden said four friends were diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993 and one of them died. She said her experience inspired her to found the Biden Breast Health Initiative to educate young girls in Delaware about breast health.
“Early detection is key, because early detection greatly increases your chances of surviving breast cancer,” Biden said.
She encouraged people to catch up on their postponed cancer screenings during the coronavirus pandemic.
“More people came back and they realized I had forgotten to have a colonoscopy,” she said. I didn’t get a skin screen.”
Biden spoke about the impact of Bo’s death and explained how the tragedy shook her faith.
“I didn’t give up hope until he died,” she said. When it happened, “I felt this empty, angry feeling.”
Years later, Biden a woman approached her At a church in South Carolina, I said, “I want to be your prayer partner.”
She believes the relationship helped restore her faith.
“It felt like God told me, come back,” Mr. Biden said.
During the interview, Brinker asked Biden, “How do you deal with all the media intensity?”
“I don’t know,” Biden replied. “I think you’re learning to accept it at your own pace. You’re not going to be affected by that much negativity.
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