Biden’s sister Valerie says Meghan Markle ‘welcome’ to join Democratic Party

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On Tuesday, Valerie Biden Owens, the sister of the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden, who is also his campaign manager, appeared on a popular morning TV show in the U.K. She said that the Democratic Party looked forward to having more women as members and said that Meghan Markle would be welcomed if she decided to join the party.

Valerie Biden told ITV’s Good Morning Britain(GMB) that Meghan Markle would be welcomed by the Democratic Party if she decided to join. She also said that the “Suits” star could make a good future president, when asked about it. She had also emphasized that President Joe Biden would run for the presidential elections in 2024 by responding “oh yes, absolutely” when asked if Biden would run again in 2024. President Biden has indicated, more that once in the past that he would run for reelection.

Valerie Biden Owens comments were made after she released her book “Growing Up Biden.” In the book she details what it was like, growing up with Joe Biden, before he became the 46th President of the United States. in January 2021.



She also told GMB that it was “wonderful to have women in politics.” She is a political strategist and advisor. She has managed her brother’s political campaigns and looks forward to the Democratic Party having more women members.

She added that the nation’s democratic system would work with a better and different point of view when “we embrace all women.” She has always been in favor of increasing the number of women who are active in politics as well as in public life.

Both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have close ties with President Joe Biden and his family from the past decade. There has been speculation that Meghan Markle would join politics right from when the couple stepped down from their royal duties in the U.K.

Referring to her brother, the president of the United States, Valerie Biden Owens also told GMB that “Joe is the right person at the right time for the right job—and there are lots of things still to do.”


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