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A recent article from Axios titled “Old yeller: Biden’s private fury” details the apparently abusive manner in which the president treats his circle of attendants.
“Profanity-laden outbursts” and “verbal abuse” were among the top complaints of Biden’s aides.
The maltreatment is allegedly so severe that staff members often “meet with him in groups … to diffuse potential tension.”
“Can you imagine being so scared of, like, a 200-year-old man that you’re, like, … 'We need the buddy system'?" Sara Gonzales jokes.
Employees report that "How the f*** don’t you know this?" and "Don’t f***ing bulls**t me" are among "Dark Brandon's" favorite phrases to scream at them.
They also speculate that “being shouted at by the president” might be seen “as a rite of passage.”
“No one is safe,” one administration official reports.
Oddly enough, however, the article concludes with the statement that “if Biden doesn’t yell at you, it could be a sign he doesn’t respect you.”
That’s a peculiarly positive spin on what seems to be a concerning situation.
“I’m sure they would run that same coverage for a Republican president,” Sara sarcastically remarks.
Chad Prather has an interesting tidbit to add though: Apparently Axios did not intend for this article to be “a hit piece,” he explains. On the contrary, “they were actually defending Biden so that he doesn’t look like a senile old man” but rather “a forceful leader.”
Expose Biden’s furious tantrums in an effort to make him seem powerful?
“They’re trying to take what in any other space [would be considered]...an absolute negative” and “salvage it in some kind of way,” adds Eric July.
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