Biden suggests Senate candidate’s wife would be a great lady in Senate

President Joe Biden said on Thursday that Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman’s wife Gisele would be a great lady in the Senate.

Biden shared the remarks during a Thursday campaign appearance in Pittsburgh.

The comments

“John, thank you very much for running, I do appreciate it. And Gisele, you’re gonna make a great lady in the Senate,” Biden said, according to the Daily Caller.

“With John Fetterman unable to campaign for more than three months, Gisele Fetterman emerged as her husband’s chief surrogate. She has spoken to the press and met with donors on his behalf, and is a frequent presence at his rallies,” the report added.

Gisele’s influence

“Gisele Fetterman ripped NBC journalist Dasha Burns for claiming he had a ‘difficult’ time with small talk before their interview, suggesting she should face ‘consequences,'” Fox News reported.

“Gisele Fetterman claimed that Burns’ statements were a ‘disservice’ to her husband, to the disabled community and to Americans in general,” it added.

The comment has led to some concern as other wives of senators have taken over for their husbands after their death.

If Fetterman wins against Mehmet Oz for the Senate, a Democratic governor could appoint Giselse in his place if her husband could not continue.

The move would add an odd twist to an already strange political season as the left seeks to retain power in Congress.