Some people may be reminded of the President’s hot mic incident from when he was caught telling then-Vice President Barack Obama, “This is a big f****** thing,” in March 2010, just after Obama had just signed the Affordable Care Act into law.
Joe Biden, the president, was once more recorded on a hot mic. Following a joint press conference with Governor Ron DeSantis, Biden was overheard cursing to Ray Murphy, the mayor of Fort Myers Beach, on a hot mic while surveying damage in Florida on Wednesday (R-FL).
The president grabbed Murphy’s hand and shouted, “No one f***s with a Biden.
Yeah, you’re g****** right, said Murphy, grinning. After shaking hands, the two lawmakers separated.
The foul mouth of Biden is nothing new, according to a Politico story. The president is prone to using coarse language, according to a number of former and current advisers.
Regarding the president’s profanity, one White House insider added, “When he gets going, he absolutely gets going.”
Biden enjoys saying things like, “F*** them,” What the hell are we doing, I ask. Why the f*** isn’t this taking place? He also frequently uses words like “bulls***,” “d*****,” and “f***.” And when he needs to question his assistants about their responses or remarks, he will retort, “Don’t bulls*** a bulls****er.”
Biden referred to Fox News reporter Peter Doocy as “a foolish son of a b****” during a press conference in January.
The president visited Florida on Wednesday to meet with local leaders and inspect the damage that Hurricane Ian, a Category 4 storm, caused to the Southwest Florida shoreline. More than 100 individuals perished in the hurricane, with 55 of the fatalities reported in Lee County.
In addition to the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) disaster declaration the administration also approved earlier this week for 13 counties damaged by the storm, the Biden administration extended full federal funds for debris removal on Wednesday.
250,297 Florida consumers were still without power as of Wednesday night at 9:54 p.m. Eastern Time, reports PowerOutage.us. Lee County had 145,865 customers without power, accounting for at least half of Hurricane Ian’s fatalities.
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