Gisele Fetterman, who is running alongside her husband, John Fetterman, for a seat in the United States Senate from Pennsylvania, was informed by former Biden that she was going to be a "great lady in the Senate."
On Thursday, Joe Biden recently appeared in the state of Pennsylvania on behalf of Congressman Fetterman. During his time there, he took a moment to recognise and express gratitude to a number of the Democratic elected leaders and candidates who were present at the campaign event.
Biden to John Fetterman's wife:
"You're gonna be a great lady in the Senate." pic.twitter.com/xDqiY35ucc
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) October 20, 2022
As Biden proceeded, he shifted his focus to Fetterman and questioned, "And John." “Thank you very much for running, I really do appreciate it. And Gisele, you’re gonna — gonna be a great — a great lady in the Senate.”
Following a stroke earlier this year, there have been a number of concerns raised about Fetterman's health as well as his ability to continue in his current role. Biden's comments came shortly after these concerns were raised.
In the subsequent weeks and months, it has been reported that the candidate has trouble with auditory processing. Despite assertions from his team that he does not have any cognitive impairments, the candidate used a laptop during an interview with NBC because of these difficulties.
As a result of Gisele Fetterman taking a more active role in her husband's campaign against the Republican candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz, she has been dubbed "more than a surrogate," and some people have even wondered whether she could take his place in office in the event that he was unable to fulfil his responsibilities after being elected.
After Rolling Stone refers to Gisele Fetterman as "the de facto candidate," Biden also notes that she'll be great in the Senate. https://t.co/3LfojujFV2
— Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) October 20, 2022
A recent feature of Gisele Fetterman appeared in Rolling Stone, in which the publication referred to her as "the de facto candidate."
During a recent interview, Dr. Oz cast doubt on the possibility and argued that voters ought to be made aware of the possibility before the midterm elections in November if something was currently in the endeavours that might put Gisele Fetterman in the Senate in place of her husband.
In spite of Fetterman's early advantage in the battle for the Senate seat in Pennsylvania, recent polling indicates that the race is probably to be a toss-up unless something unexpected occurs in the closing days.
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