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“Crazy bastard”: Joe Biden loses his temper against Putin

2024-02-22T01:21:50.127Z

Highlights: Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “crazy bastard” during a meeting in San Francisco, California, with Democratic Party donors. “There is that crazy bastard that is Putin, but the existential threat to humanity is climate change,” said the 81-year-old Democratic president, candidate for a second term. In English, Joe Biden used the three letters “SOB”, a shortcut for “son of a bitch” The insult is translatable into French as “bastard” or “asshole”


Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “crazy bastard” during a meeting in San Francisco, California, with donors...


Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a

“crazy bastard”

during a meeting in San Francisco, California, with Democratic Party donors.

“There is that crazy bastard that is Putin, but the existential threat to humanity is climate change

,” said the 81-year-old Democratic president, candidate for a second term, during a brief speech attended by a small group of journalists.

In English, Joe Biden used the three letters

“SOB”

, a shortcut for

“son of a bitch”

, an insult translatable into French as

“bastard”

,

“asshole”

, or even

“son of a bitch”

.

The American president had already, in the past, called his Russian counterpart a

“butcher”

and a

“war criminal”.

He promised to announce “major” sanctions against Russia on Friday in response to the death in prison of opponent Alexeï Navalny.

Joe Biden had launched the same insult of

“son of a bitch”

at a journalist from Fox News, the favorite channel of conservatives, in January 2022, when he thought his microphone was off.

Source: lefigaro

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