First lady Jill Biden talks cancer prevention on Newsmax

First lady Jill Biden took her husband’s unity agenda to an unlikely venue on Monday, when conservative cable station Newsmax aired an interview with her about cancer research.

Curing cancer is a central goal for President Joe Biden, whose eldest son, Beau, died from a brain tumor seven years ago. Last month he urged Americans to embrace a “moonshot” initiative to reduce deaths, one of several objectives that he hopes crosses party lines in today’s divisive political environment.

“It’s not a red issue, a blue issue,” the first lady told Newsmax. “Cancer affects every American.”

It was a friendly conversation on a

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