Currently, a video of US President Joe Biden is melting hearts on several social media platforms and people cannot just get enough of his kind gesture. President was seen boosting the morale of a little girl who has been struggling with a stutter. All the social media users who watched the viral video well left brimming with hope and positivity.
Joe Biden held the young girl, Avery, in front of him with affection and was seen saying, “I promise you it will go away if you just keep at it, Okay?” The heartwarming gesture and the way he was reassuring the young girl that brought a wide smile on her face got so many social media user’s attention that the video is now going crazy viral on several social media platforms. His words of reassurance made the little girl so happy that she was then seen hugging US President Joe Biden in a most adorable way. Later in the video, you can also see Biden inviting her to the White House.
He said, “I don’t know if you could do this. Maybe you can come down to White House one day.” This now going viral video was initially posted on the Twitter account of Rufus Gifford who is for Chief of Protocol. He has previously also served as the US Ambassador between the years of 2013 and 2017. Avery is Gifford’s niece seen in the video and also netizens got to see Gifford expressing his gratitude to the US President. He also stated that probably Avery would never forget this amazing day. “My amazing niece and goddaughter Avery has struggled with a stutter much of her life. She was just told by a guy who knows a little something about it that she can be anything she wants to in this world.
A day she will never ever forget. Thank you, sir,” said Giffron on his official Twitter account. The video has now got more than two million views since it was posted online on November 29. “As a human, I’m so moved by this. As a speech-language pathologist, I understand that this could change her life in such a positive way,” said a Twitter user named Dr. Mary SLP. Another Twitter user said, “What a great video and they aren’t alone I myself have a severe stutter that I’ve dealt with since I could talk and continue to suffer from to this day but luckily my wife looks passed (past) that.”
Well, it is a true fact that the US President has always been very open about how much he had to struggle with stuttering since his childhood. Also many times he has stated how he overcame it and this video has added a new perspective to it.
My amazing niece and goddaughter Avery has struggled with a stutter much of her life.— Rufus Gifford (@rufusgifford) November 28, 2021
She was just told by a guy who knows a little something about it that she can be anything she wants to in this world.
A day she will never ever forget.
Thank you sir. ❤️🇺🇸❤️ pic.twitter.com/RDP5Y0FfTa