Jill Biden praised the people of Kentucky for coming together in the aftermath of December’s deadly tornado, saying it is ‘who we are as Americans.’
The first lady on Friday visited a neighborhood still repairing itself from the tornado, the deadliest in the state’s history. About 20 residents gathered to speak with her about their experiences.
Biden offered hugs and words of comfort to children and adults alike. The first lady spoke to them surrounded by the destruction in the neighborhood – all of the houses had some level of damage. Trash was in the yards and on the edges of the steets. There was shattered bits of glass covering the ground.
She met with families affected, workers helping repair roofs and a woman making food for the neighborhood.
Jill Biden meets with Mirjeta Mustafa and her two daughters – Ambla and Ajla – who live in a neighborhood still recovering from the December tornado
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