Bidens view Valentine's Day decorations on White House lawn
WASHINGTON (AP) — The North Lawn of the White House is covered with giant pink, white and red hearts that resemble the popular Valentine's Day candy. First lady Jill Biden had the colorful artwork installed before dawn Friday.
She and President Joe Biden stepped out Friday morning for a stroll with their two dogs and inspected the huge hearts.
The hearts have single words printed on them such as "unity," "kindness," "healing," "compassion," "love" and "courage."
One of the hearts is signed, "Love, Jill." The president says Valentine's Day is the first lady's "favorite day."
Jill Biden says people are feeling "a little down" with the coronavirus pandemic so she just wanted to do something to bring "a little joy."