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Biden Caught Abusing Who?

Biden is drunk with power.

According to a recent report by Axios, it is claimed that President Biden has a tendency to lose his temper and express frustration with staff members through the use of profanity-laden rants when they fail to meet his expectations.

President Joe Biden is literally cussing out the White House staff.

According to Fox, an official within the administration disclosed that nobody is exempt from Biden’s outbursts. In an attempt to defuse potential tension, aides apparently prefer to meet with him in groups of two or more.

Some of the phrases the president reportedly resorts to during his outbursts include, “How the f— don’t you know this?” and “Don’t f—ing bulls— me!”

Aides have presented these outbursts as an indication of the president’s commitment to accuracy and competence. They suggest that being yelled at by the president is seen by many as a necessary part of the job, demonstrating that he challenges his staff in order to arrive at better decisions.

This is not the first time that reports from those close to Biden have contradicted his carefully crafted public image as “Uncle Joe.” The president previously revealed his more negative side when a hot mic caught him referring to Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy with an expletive calling him a “stupid son of a b—-.”

Criticism from conservatives has recently emerged, particularly in relation to what they perceive as Biden’s accidental disclosure of sensitive U.S. military information to international adversaries. The president defended his administration’s decision to send cluster munitions to Ukraine during a Sunday interview, framing it as a temporary measure until more munitions can be produced.

Conservative communicator Steve Guest tweeted his disapproval, stating, “Joe Biden broadcasting to the world that the US is low on 155mm shells. Moron. Does Biden not care that our adversaries in China are listening?”

The White House responded to these criticisms by assuring the public that the U.S. and its allies will soon have significantly increased production levels.