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Joe Biden recently paid a visit to former US President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn, along with the First Lady, Dr Jill Biden.
During the visit, the four of them posed for a photo, with Jill kneeling next to the 39th President of the United States, 96, and Biden, 78, kneeling next to Rosalynn.
However, since the photo was shared by the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, some have remarked on the fact that Biden appears to be a giant.
And looking at it, it's hard to deny - he looks enormous, as does Jill.
Commenting on the photo, one user asked: "Have the Carters been miniature people this whole time and we never knew??"
Another wrote: "Cute but why do the Bidens look like giants?"
A third joked: "Lol. Joe Biden the giant. Did Jimmy & Ros Carter climb the beanstalk?"
While another added: "Why do the Bidens look like giants in this picture?"
Despite concerns that the visit was due to Carter's ailing health, deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed that this wasn't the case.
Explaining the pair had previously spoken on the eve of Biden's inauguration, she said: "They had said on that call they would try to connect after inauguration. And since they were going to Georgia they wanted to stop by and say hello."
President Biden recently marked his first 100 days in the White House, offering his first address to Congress.
In his speech he outlined what his Administration has achieved so far and what it hopes to do over the next few months.
He mentioned his multi-trillion dollar infrastructure plan, hopes for free community college, the coronavirus vaccine rollout and the 6 January insurrection.
However, he also had messages for Congress and told them to pull their fingers out and enact reform.
Biden asked Congress to get cracking on bills that would would offer more protection for LGBTQ+ Americans from workplace, housing and health care discrimination.
"I also hope Congress can get to my desk the Equality Act to protect the rights of LGBTQ Americans," he said.
"To all the transgender Americans watching at home - especially the young people who are so brave - I want you to know that your president has your back."
The Equality Act passed though the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives back in February. Due to the Senate being much more politically divided, the bill faces an uphill battle.
Featured Image Credit: Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
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