- Joe Biden’s statement: “They have mine and Jill’s full and complete support….”
Technically, I think he wanted “Jill’s and my.” Or, if he insists on being rude and putting himself first: “my and Jill’s.”
Here’s the test: They have Jill’s support. They have my support. So: They have Jill’s and my support.
(It could also be “Jill’s support and mine,” or “my support and Jill’s,” although this might feel like whoever gets named first was right there from the beginning, and whoever gets named second just came along with their support later — and why get into a scrap with your spouse?)
As for “full and complete” support: I’m not sure how “full” support differs from “complete” support.
I guess you could squint at the definitions and make the case for using both; but I think and feel this presentation and use of wording and usage is a common and typical specimen and example of politician-speak.