First lady Jill Biden booed at Eagles game: reports
First lady Jill Biden was honorary captain of the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday as the team looked to remain undefeated against rival NFC East Dallas Cowboys in Week 6.
Like several Eagles players and Santa Claus before her, fans of the NFL’s only remaining undefeated team reportedly booed Biden when she walked onto Lincoln Financial Field.
Several people at the Eagles game tweeted about the seemingly loud boos she received.
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Biden led fans in a rendition of « Fly Eagles Fly, » was on hand for the coin toss and was seen talking to Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Biden was present at the event to promote the White House’s Cancer Moonshot initiative. She was joined on the ground by cancer patients and survivors and their families.
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Both President Biden and Jill Biden are huge Eagles fans. The current president was at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis during Super Bowl LII when Philadelphia won their first title in a classic game against the New England Patriots led by Tom Brady.
The president congratulated Eagles fans in May 2021.
“Philadelphia fans are the most knowledgeable and hateful fans in the world,” Biden said at the time.
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A win on Sunday would keep the Eagles atop the NFL world.