New York Times: “Biden Has Short Temper; Outbursts of Profanity”

“President Joe Biden has a short temper and sometimes unloads outbursts of profanity on his aides”, the New York Times reported Friday.

Report: Biden holds lengthy deliberation meetings and demands obsessive details from his advisors. If advisors get too technical or obscure about an issue, Biden responds with “an outburst of frustration, often laced with profanity.”

“On policy issues, Mr. Biden, 78, takes days or weeks to make up his mind as he examines and second-guesses himself and others,” the Times report continues.

“Biden will hang up the phone on people who he feels are wasting his time.” The Times Reported

The president leans heavily on his inner circle for governing — chief of staff Ron Klain, deputy chief of staff Bruce Reed, senior adviser Mike Donilon, and Counselor to the President Steve Ricchetti.

Biden stalls and deliberates intently on issues such as his tone toward Vladimir Putin, the report noted, appointing ambassadors, and his recent flip-flop on refugee caps.

Biden also “avoids  alcohol,” according to the report that adds First Lady Jill Biden is considered a connoisseur of wines. Other details in the Times story: Biden loves of pasta with red sauce, vanilla chocolate chip ice cream, and Special K cereal. Orange Gatorade is his drink of choice. 

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2 thoughts on “New York Times: “Biden Has Short Temper; Outbursts of Profanity”

  • May 16, 2021 at 7:06 pm
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    Dementia. Anyone can see it as plain as day.

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  • May 19, 2021 at 6:41 pm
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    The NYT along with most of the media have blood on their hands, destroyed lives and an America weakened by leftists. This is not hyperbole. We open to any attack, do you believe Trump would have allowed the pipeline hack, and do you believe he would not of responded with swift and violent action?

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