Fashion magazine Vogue says that the "faltering" Tokyo 2020 summer Olympic Games will be saved by First Lady Jill Biden's "star power".
The Daily Wire reports that despite not being an official Federal employee, Jill Biden is leading the delegation to the Olympics.
"While Tokyo will be the first no-spectators Olympics, Dr. Biden will be among the select dignitaries and VIPs in the stands at Olympic Stadium on Friday for the opening ceremonies," writes Vogue.
The Magazine adds that the Olympics could "use a dose" of Jill Biden, after multiple controversies that took place before the games.
According to Vogue, the controversies include "the International Swimming Federation’s exclusionary ban on swim caps for natural hair to a fine levied at the Norwegian women’s beach handball team for wearing shorts instead of bikini briefs."
Vogue also considers the "all-out ban on protests and demonstrations at the Olympics during an ongoing movement for racial and social justice," controversial. This despite the majority of Americans being in favour of such a ban.
The magazine also praised the fact that Jill Biden is a woman, adding that she is a feminist. "It’s worth noting that an all-powerful IOC president reigns over most decisions; there have only been 9 in 125 years, and all have been white men."
Jill Biden was seen wearing a mask during the Olympic Games' opening ceremonies, despite being fully vaccinated, alone, and outdoors.
Vogue previously featured Jill Biden on the cover of their magazine, after snubbing Melania Trump for four years. This despite Ms Trump having previously been a model and always wearing the most stylish clothes from the world's top designers.