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First lady Jill Biden prompted her audience to clap for her on Thursday morning as she delivered remarks at an event in Washington, D.C.
The moment was reminiscent of prior moments in American political history in which a person shamed themselves after delivering what they believed was an applause-worthy line but had to stop and ask for it.
Biden addressed a crowd at the Reagan Institute Summit on Education, which also hosted a number of former secretaries of education.
During her remarks, she at one point said, “I’ve visited red states and blue states and I’ve found that the common values that unite us are deeper than our divisions.”
Biden paused as if she was waiting for a reaction from the crowd.
She then said, “I thought you might clap for that.”
Those in attendance then gave her a round of applause.
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