- US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill surprised Americans with Valentine's day messages
- The White House lawn was decorated with hearts that had inspiring words written on them
- Jill Biden wanted to give the country a positive Valentine's day surprise and begin healing the nation
US President Joe Biden and his wife Jill decorated the White House lawn with hearts in preparation for Valentine's day.
The presidential couple posed for pictures and answered journalists' questions on the lawn of the White House surrounded by giant hearts with inspirational messages written on them.
The concept was Jill Biden's idea as she wanted to give the country "surprise Valentine messages". The decorations were inspired by "conversation hearts" and had words such as “unity,” “compassion” and “courage” written on them.
Twitter users loved the kind gesture and the app was flooded with messages discussing the Valentine's Day surprise:
"This was so sweet Dr Biden. You have brought such compassion and grace to the WH that I cried at the video of you and the President walking the pups by these signs. That interview all ❤love"
"He’s had 3 weeks! 3 weeks and he’s done more good than that murdering traitor did in 4 years. People will get back to work cuz of the work he’s doing to get this pandemic under control. Such a welcome change from ignoring it."
"It’s so nice to see FLOTUS trending and not be in fear of what evil, tone-deaf thing Melania has done next."
"I have to remind myself it’s safe after my initial reaction of flinching when I see FLOTUS."
"So happy to have you in that role Dr Biden!"
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Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the new president of the United States honoured a Nigerian family resident in the country after they supported him during his election.
Biden called and invited them to the White House.
In a video that has since gone viral, 12-year-old Josephine and her father who are from Ibadan in Oyo state spoke to the president and his first lady, Jill Biden.