Written by Ashton Snyder on
 July 1, 2024

Jill Biden's Ex-Husband Criticizes Her Support for President Biden Amid Debate Struggles

Bill Stevenson, former husband of First Lady Jill Biden, has openly criticized her for supporting President Joe Biden in his bid for reelection despite a poor debate performance.

According to the New York Post, Stevenson is shocked by Jill Biden's support for the President, whom he feels is struggling.

Stevenson, married to Jill Biden from 1970 to 1975, alleges that the Jill he sees today is unrecognizable from the woman he once knew. According to Stevenson, Jill Biden has transformed significantly over the past five years.

Stevenson, a Vocal Trump Supporter, Criticizes the Bidens

Stevenson, a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, has repeatedly expressed disdain towards the Bidens. He has even gone so far as to describe them disparagingly as the “Biden crime family.”

In comments relayed through multiple media channels, Stevenson expressed his bewilderment at Jill Biden's unwavering support for her husband, characterized by Stevenson as struggling significantly. “I just don’t understand why she is so adamant about defending him and keeping him in the race since it appears that he’s struggling,” Stevenson remarked.

Throughout his remarks, Stevenson referred to past instances where he felt wronged by Biden. Despite their history, he once supported Joe Biden, particularly during his vice-presidential run alongside President Barack Obama and his earlier Senate campaign in 1972.

Alleges Affair and Mental Decline

Stevenson further alleged that Jill Biden and Joe Biden's relationship began as an extramarital affair while she was still married to him. This narrative is one of many grievances Stevenson holds against the Bidens.

Stevenson has a complicated history with the Bidens, which he outlines in his 2005 book about his establishment, the Stone Balloon. His upcoming title, “The Bidens: The Early Years,” set to be released next month, promises further elaboration on these events.

The former husband also expressed that he has observed a mental decline in President Biden. “Look, I’m not a doctor or a psychiatrist but yeah, I felt he lost a step three or four years ago. Now I think it’s more like a couple of steps,” claimed Stevenson.

Criticisms Coupled with Praise for Jill

Despite his harsh criticisms, Stevenson acknowledged moments of pride concerning Jill Biden's accomplishments:

The Dr. Jill Biden who I’ve seen on TV in the last five years is not the same person I married or that I recognize in any way. I’ve been proud of her at certain moments. I’m just surprised to see her front and center in the middle of this battle after flying under the radar for so many years.

Stevenson went on to say, “She’s always been very driven. People say she’s the one who wants to be president now.” This comment underscores his confusion over her motivation and support for President Biden.

Previous Support Turned Bitter

While Stevenson once backed Joe Biden, his perspective has drastically shifted. His most caustic remarks focused on his personal grievances with President Biden. Discussing his own emotions, Stevenson stated, “Do I feel badly for him? No, because he did some horrible things to me and my family.” This lack of empathy reveals the depth of his animosity.

In conclusion, Bill Stevenson, Jill Biden’s ex-husband, has sharply criticized her for encouraging President Joe Biden to remain in the presidential race despite a poor debate performance. Stevenson claims Jill Biden has changed significantly over the past five years and expressed disbelief at her support of President Biden. A vocal supporter of Donald Trump, Stevenson has often called the Bidens the “Biden crime family.” Through revelations in his books and recent comments, Stevenson alleges a deteriorating relationship beginning as an affair and perceives a mental decline in President Biden.

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