Joe Biden believes good sex is key to strong, happy marriage

21:07, February 26

Most people did not assume that they needed to know about the sex life of US President Joe Biden—but it turned out that the head of the American state is no stranger to carnal pleasures.

A new book by Katie Rogers, White House correspondent for The New York Times, contains several revealing paragraphs about the 81-year-old Biden, his views on sex in his golden years and his marriage to first lady Jill Biden. We are talking about the book "American Woman: The Transformation of a Modern First Lady: From Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden," excerpts of which were published in The Times and The Guardian.

" Joe may have tamped down his public bedroom declarations winning the presidency, but he has joked to aides that 'good sex' is the key to a lasting and happy marriage, much to his wife's chagrin," Rogers


Rogers added that in 2004, Jill Biden dissuaded her husband from running for president against John Kerry by showing up to a meeting he was having with his aides wearing a halter top with "No" written across her stomach. Biden did not enter the presidential race that year.

“In 2006, Joe was still more interested in staying home with Jill than running for president,” the author writes. "And that year he said the same thing to a group of supporters: 'I'd rather be at home making love to my wife while my kids are sleeping.'”

Joe and Jill Biden married on June 17, 1977, after Biden proposed to her five times. And their romance appears to be going strong 46 years later, with Biden calling his wife the “love of his life” on Valentine’s Day 2022.

It's not strange for older men to be sexually active. Take, for example, Al Pacino, who at 83 had a son with his 29-year-old girlfriend, Noor Alfallah. Robert De Niro also announced last year that he had welcomed his seventh child at age 79.

Any hint that Joe Biden remains sexually active and masculine could be a boon for the 2024 presidential campaign—especially after a deeply unflattering report this month from special counsel Robert Hur that cast doubt on Biden's memory.

Republican politicians also have raised concerns about the US president's age and questioned his mental capacity—but Biden has been vocal in pushing back against those criticisms. In addition, the incumbent US president is unlikely to drop out of the 2024 race.

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