Watch: Jill Biden’s Ultra-Cringe Joke Leaves Audience Speechless

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First Lady Jill Biden spoke to a challenging crowd at the White House. During her address to the National Governors Association, the former educator started off with a story about vocational training, yet failed to deliver the punchline.

“As many of you know, I’ve been teaching writing for 40 years,” the first lady recalled. “So one day, a student named Harry who wanted to be an auto mechanic raised his hand. ‘Dr. B.,’ he said. ‘The only thing I need to learn how to write is, ‘NEEDS BRAKES.’”

The audience was left dumbfounded, and ended up laughing so late that they interrupted Jill’s next sentence.

She hit back, “Well, you finally got it! Come on! Wake up!”

“You said pure partisan politics has never contributed to real solutions, and that we can and should prioritize progress over politics, especially on issues where the majority of Americans agree. That majority is an exhausted one,” the first lady told Republican Gov. Phil Scott of Vermont.

“They’re frustrated by a Congress that is often mired in gridlock and by those who too often treat governing as a sport.”

“As many of you know, I teach writing at a community college, and every semester, I start by reading a poem to my class, called, ‘Where I’m From,’ by George Ella Lyon,” she said at the time, according to the White House transcript.

“And then I say, it’s your turn! And, yes—a sheen of terror washes over many of their faces at the thought of writing their own poem. I can almost hear them internally screaming, ‘No!’ But I show them other students’ examples and we talk it through.”

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