Report: Joe Biden uses 'bad F-word' to describe key U.S. ally

Reports already have documented that Joe Biden resorts to foul language, including the F-word, when he talks about President Donald Trump.

Now he’s been caught using the same descriptive to reference a prominent U.S. ally, Bibi Netanyahu.

The Israeli leader, in fact, is a “bad f***ing guy,” according to Biden.

It is the Jerusalem Post that cited a column from Politico that described Biden’s egregious actions.

The name-calling happened in a private conversation, the report said.

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Biden’s White House denied it.

White House spokesperson Andrew Bates claimed, “The president did not say that, nor would he.”

A report earlier from the Daily Caller News Foundation charged it also was in “private” settings that Biden used the offensive term to described President Trump.

The report said, “At least three people have heard Biden call Trump a ‘sick f***’ in private settings, citing claims that Trump was cheering on the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the Capitol building, according to Politico. During his Jan. 6 speech near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Biden reportedly almost used the term publicly, calling him ‘sick’ before letting the sentence trail off to applause and laughter from the crowd.”

“Trump and his MAGA supporters not only embrace political violence, but they laugh about it,” Biden said during the speech. “At his rally, he jokes about an intruder, whipped up by the Big Trump Lie, taking a hammer to Paul Pelosi’s skull and echoing the very same words used on January 6th: ‘Where’s Nancy?’ And he thinks that’s funny. He laughed about it. What a sick —”

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