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 presidentâ€™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 â€˜Crankyâ€™ Candidateâ€™s â€˜Epic Tongue-Lashings,â€™ Book FindsA new book on the 2020 election raises serious questions about President Joe Bidenâ€™s temperament, citing the â€œcrankyâ€ septuagenarianâ€™s â€œwillingness to unleashâ€ his fiery temper, especially at the expense of young staffers who dared to speak their minds.
â€œBidenâ€™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,â€ write journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes in Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency.
Bidenâ€™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 â€œmost likely to get their ears boxed for pushing back on Bidenâ€™s ideas,â€ the authors write. When he wasnâ€™t screaming at them, Biden â€œhad a tendency to talk downâ€ to the â€œdelicateâ€ youngsters.