As typically portrayed by a friendly media, President and first lady Joe and Jill Biden have an idyllic marriage and are the epitome of wedded bliss.
Of course, that isn’t exactly the case as, like all couples, the Bidens occasionally have disagreements with each other, though their problems are often hashed out in a particularly unique manner, Breitbart reported.
According to the first lady herself, she and the president usually fight silently via text messages so as not to be overheard by anybody else in the White House, such as their Secret Service details.
The revelation about how the first couple hash out their differences of opinion came as part of an overly flattering cover shoot and profile piece of first lady Jill Biden by Harper’s Bazaar magazine.
In the interview, Biden described how she and her husband had developed their unique way of squabbling with each other while Joe was serving as vice president to then-President Barack Obama.
Dubbed “fexting,” the duo would send argumentative texts back and forth with each other in order to not fight loudly in front of their Secret Service protective details.
Silent fights via text continue
That tradition has carried over now that the former second couple are now the first couple residing full time in the White House, according to the Bazaar profile.
Referencing the fact that all communications within the White House are archived for posterity and transparency, the first lady recalled a recent fight via text in which, in response to something she had texted “in a fit of pique,” the president had allegedly wrote in reply, “You realize that’s going to go down in history. There will be a record of that.”
With a grin, Biden told the interviewer, “I won’t tell you what I called him that time.”
“Biased” fashion magazines and feature cover shoots
As an aside, this is just the latest of several feature cover stories in major fashion magazines for Jill Biden — an honor and recognition that was deliberately withheld from former first lady Melania Trump, an actual supermodel with exquisite fashion sense, due to the industry and media hatred for her husband, former President Donald Trump.
Business Insider reported in May that Melania, in her first interview after leaving the White House last year, addressed the fact that she was denied the cover feature of Vogue magazine during her time as first lady even though Biden has already been featured, as was former first ladies Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama — three times for Obama — and even Vice President Kamala Harris.
“They’re biased and they have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious,” Trump told Fox News’ Pete Hegseth of Vogue. “And I think American people and everyone sees it. It was their decision, and I have much more important things to do — and I did in the White House — than being on the cover of Vogue.”