President Joe Biden’s foul language continues after he allegedly called Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu a ‘bad [expletive] guy.’ People who have spoken to President Joe Biden are claiming that the 81-year-old leader called Benjamin Netanyahu a ‘bad [expletive] guy’ in private conversations, Politico revealed.
Biden’s alleged insults come as the U.S. is dragged further into war and conflict in the Middle East. Politico’s Jonathan Martin wrote a column on Sunday explaining how Biden, 81, is losing millions of votes amongst young liberals for the United States’ support of Israel amid the ongoing conflict in Gaza with Hamas. Martin revealed that unnamed sources told him Biden is ‘deeply suspicious’ of Netanyahu.
Biden’s latest potty-mouth tirade comes after it was revealed he called Trump a ‘sick [expletive]’ during conversations. The White House vehemently denied the statements published in the column. ‘The president did not say that, nor would he,’ Biden spokesperson told Politico, adding Biden and Netanyahu have ‘a decades-long relationship that is respectful in public and in private.’
Martin further insinuated that Biden’s recent behavior indicates efforts to gain support from Pro-Palestinian voters, citing the President’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast. Biden spoke out against hate crimes and discrimination against Arab-Americans at the event and said he sympathizes with those ‘held hostage or under bombardment or displaced.’
According to Martin, a House Democrat told him that it was ‘unanimous that this Israel-Gaza war needed to end now and that Biden needed to stand up to Bibi,’ adding the conflict in Gaza is ‘a disaster politically.’ ‘Bibi is toxic among many Democratic voters and Biden must distance himself from him — yesterday,’ the lawmaker allegedly told Martin.
These revelations come shortly after it was reported that Biden hadn’t spoken to Netanyahu in a month as the President’s patience had reportedly run out with the non-stop bombing of Gaza. The two reportedly last spoke on December 23, when Netanyahu rejected Biden’s request that Israel release Palestinian tax revenues, and an angry Biden ended the phone call saying ‘this conversation is over.’
Senator Chris Van Hollen told Axios: ‘At every juncture, Netanyahu has given Biden the finger. They are pleading with the Netanyahu coalition, but getting slapped in the face over and over again.’ The long period of silence is unusual as the pair had previously spoken almost every other day since October.
Rumors of Biden’s foul language extended to his political opponent Donald Trump, who he allegedly referred to as a ‘sick [expletive]’ in conversations with close aides and longtime friends. The fighting words came as Biden talked about Trump’s reported comments that fallen American soldiers were ‘suckers’ and ‘losers,’ growing angry as he brought up his late son Beau, who served in the Delaware National Guard in Iraq, before he died in 2015. ‘I have to hold my Irish temper. I’m glad I wasn’t with him. I’m not sure what I would’ve done. He said they’re all suckers and losers,’ Biden said of Trump.
Biden then raised his voice and sounded angry as he referred to his late son: ‘My son was not a sucker nor were any of yours. Who does this guy think he is talking about Americans?’ Biden repeated an abbreviated version of his fundraising talk during his rally in Las Vegas later that night, toning down his direct threats.
‘This is a guy, when he was in France, they asked him to go to American Cemetery,’ Biden noted, You know what he said? He said those folks were suckers and losers. Suckers and losers for God’s sake. I’m glad I wasn’t there. No I should say that.’
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