Biden Often Lashes Out At Trump In Private Using Vulgar Terms: Report


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Politico’s “West Wing Playbook” noted on Thursday that in private, President Joe Biden often refers to former President Donald Trump — who he most likely will face later this year in a rematch of their 2020 contest — in vulgar, unpresidential ways.

According to Politico, Biden recalled an incident where Trump remarked about Paul Pelosi, who had been the target of an intruder with a hammer, during a speech in Pennsylvania last month. Biden began to say, “What a sick—” before stopping himself while addressing the crowd.

But in private, according to Politico, Biden does not hold back:

The president has described Trump to longtime friends and close aides as a “sick fuck” who delights in others’ misfortunes, according to three people who have heard the president use the profane description. According to one of the people who has spoke[n] with the president, Biden recently said of Trump: “What a f*cking a*shole the guy is.”

The Trump campaign reacted with an indignant response.

“It’s a shame that Crooked Joe Biden disrespects the presidency both publicly and privately,” campaign adviser Chris LaCivita told Politico. “But then again, it’s no surprise he disrespects the 45th president the same way he disrespects the American people with his failed policies.”


During Trump’s presidency, liberal media types and Democrats faulted Trump for his often brusque language and demeanor.

Meanwhile, Biden is trailing former President Donald Trump in seven swing states for 2024, with immigration being the hot topic affecting the president’s chances of winning reelection.

In November’s contest in Arizona (47-43 percent), Georgia (49-41), Michigan (47-42), Nevada (48-40), North Carolina (49-39), Pennsylvania (48-45), and Wisconsin (49-44), Biden is trailing the Republican front-runner by three to ten points, according to a Bloomberg/Morning Consult poll.

The average margin of victory for Trump over Biden in all states is 48–42, indicating that Biden’s chances of winning the next election appear slim, Newsweek reported.

Upon further analysis of the results, nearly two-thirds (61 percent) of swing-state voters attributed Biden, at least in part, to the rise in migrants crossing the border between the United States and Mexico. This percentage is higher than the thirty percent who blamed the Trump administration and the thirty percent who blamed Republicans in Congress.

The percentage of voters in the swing states who believe Trump will handle illegal immigration better than Biden is 52 to 30 percent, up from a 5-point difference from the December poll.

According to the poll, most voters in every swing state—aside from Michigan—said they had seen an increase in immigration during the last few years of the Biden administration. But the survey also implies that Trump’s numerous legal problems are still a cloud hanging over his most recent presidential bid.

More than half (53%) of voters in the seven crucial states indicated they would not support Trump if he is found guilty of a crime by November’s election, with 55% stating they would not support him if he received a prison sentence.

In four federal and state investigations, Trump has entered not-guilty pleas to a total of 97 felonies. Before November’s election, a jury could decide his fate in four trials.

Trump has long denied any wrongdoing and claimed that the investigations into him are “witch hunts” with political motivations intended to prevent him from winning the next election.

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The results, according to CNN commentator and former Trump White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin, show “eye-popping numbers” for Trump in battleground states.

“This should be a 5 alarm fire for the Biden campaign,” Griffin posted on X, formerly Twitter.


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