Jill Biden underwent a transformation this week. The first lady became Miss Jasmine. He was a flight attendant. He offered ice cream and made a prank on April Fool’s Day. He returned to Washington, DC from California on Thursday.
Reporters on the trip said that the first lady wore a black wig, black trousers and face mask to hide herself. The name tag of this suit says “Jasmine”.
Then, she walked through the cabin of the plane and distributed the pigeon ice cream sticks to the staff, the press and the Secret Service.
Five minutes after the flight attendant Jasmine handed out the dessert, the two first ladies̵
“April Fool’s Day,” she said.
The reporters were absolutely fooled, but to their comfort, none of the first lady’s staff recognized her.
The former first lady and even the president have participated in April Fools’ jokes. In 2013, President ObamaIn the White House.
The White House’s Twitter account told followers to pay attention to “special video messages sent by the president.” But when the video was put down, it was not Mr. Obama standing behind the podium—it was a child.
Robbie Novak, who played the “Kid President” in a series of popular YouTube videos, said: “It looks like you are expecting others.” “April Fools’ Day is for all of you.”