Here a tidbit from The Daily Wire sourced from a piece in the New York Times Friday; it seems President Biden is quick to lash out at his aides. This comes as a complete surprise to us, after Biden spent his campaign (when he wasn’t in his basement) poking people in the chest, saying “Listen, fat,” calling a potential voter a “dog-faced pony soldier,” telling an autoworker in Detroit he was “full of s**t,” challenging people to push-up contests, etc.

Ryan Saavedra writes:

The report about Biden’s explosive outbursts was featured in The New York Times, which described Biden as someone who struggles to make decisive decisions and who often second guesses himself.

The report comes after Biden promised on his first day in office to fire anyone who was being disrespectful inside the workplace. “I’m not joking when I say this: If you’re ever working with me and I hear you treat another with disrespect, talk down to someone, I promise you I will fire you on the spot,” Biden said. “On the spot. No if, ands, or buts.”

Biden said at the time that his remarks were “not hyperbole” and that the only things he expects with “absolute certitude is honesty and decency.”

The Times’ report said that Biden demands lots of detail when making decisions, but that he becomes frustrated by it and he lashes out at aides in outbursts “often laced with profanity.”

Maybe this is why Biden keeps saying how he’ll “get in trouble” if he hangs around to answer reporters’ questions and why he makes so few appearances.

We don’t mean to take Alzheimer’s lightly, but a lot of people have shared that bursts of profanity come with the territory.

CNN’s Brian Stelter was obsessed with Donald Trump’s mental health, continually having on the always-available Bandy X. Lee to diagnose him without having ever met him.

We almost feel bad posting this as it’s second-hand from the New York Times who got it from who knows, but it’s not at all hard to believe. The man could barely keep himself from starting fights while campaigning.

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