President Joe Biden was so upset that he used "f-bombs" over his failed immigration policies, according to an upcoming book.
Chris Whipple's book The Fight of His Life is expected to offer an inside look at many details inside of Biden's presidency.
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“Meanwhile, illegal immigrants kept arriving. And Biden was furious,” the book says. “Aides had rarely seen him so angry. From all over the West Wing, you could hear the president cursing, dropping f-bombs (he’d always apologize when women were present)," a book excerpt revealed.
One senior adviser told Whipple that the frustration came from a “lack of solutions.”
“It’s like, ‘How would you feel if you were me and these were the solutions you had?’ It’s the weight of the presidency, right?'” the adviser said.
Biden Lost It, Dropped 'F-Bombs' Over the Southern Border Crisis
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"Biden’s flashes of temper are hardly a secret. In May of last year, the New York Times reported that the president had lashed out at Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra that March after he was unable to answer questions about HHS’ ability to take care of migrant children picked up at the border," the New York Post reported.
"US Customs and Border Protection reported more than 1.6 million encounters with migrants along the southern border during the 2021 fiscal year, more than four times the number recorded in fiscal year 2020 under former President Donald Trump," it added.
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While Biden's gaffes and foul language are well-documented, his frustration over the border crisis is not. Instead, the White House continues to act as if everything is fine.
The attitude is a stark contrast to the reality at the border. The city of El Paso, Texas, declared an emergency this month as it began experiencing an average of 2,400 migrants entering per day ahead of the planned end of Title 42.
The Texas National Guard has sent 400 members to El Paso alone this month to handle the influx. With no wall building and little enforcement, high numbers of migrants are expected to continue.
The recent Supreme Court decision to keep Title 42 in place may help in the short term, but the nation's border is already overwhelmed.
The situation grows worse daily, as thousands of migrants are gathering at the border in preparation for entry under Biden's weak border policies.