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New Book Makes Damning Accusations Against Biden, Says He Would Verbally Abuse Campaign Staffers

by Collin Rugg

A new book about President Joe Biden makes some alarming claims about the former vice president’s behavior behind the scenes, specifically on the campaign trail.

Biden takes pride in coming off as a quiet, likable and gentle man but it appears that his behavior when the cameras are off is much different.

According to the new book, Biden has a tendency to yell at campaign staffers.

Check out what The Washington Free Beacon reports:

UNSTABLE NON-GENIUS: Biden Aides Feared ‘Cranky’ Candidate’s ‘Epic Tongue-Lashings,’ Book Finds

A new book on the 2020 election raises serious questions about President Joe Biden’s temperament, citing the “cranky” septuagenarian’s “willingness to unleash” his fiery temper, especially at the expense of young staffers who dared to speak their minds.

“Biden’s temper, and his willingness to unleash it in small group settings, was one reason the people closest to him often avoided pushing him too hard to change his ways or take a particular course of action,” write journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes in Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency.

Biden’s so-called Irish temper, a term the president himself often uses despite its racially charged nature, tended to erupt at younger aides. Greg Schultz and Kate Bedingfield, both in their thirties, were “most likely to get their ears boxed for pushing back on Biden’s ideas,” the authors write. When he wasn’t screaming at them, Biden “had a tendency to talk down” to the “delicate” youngsters.

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