Joe Biden labelled Trump a ‘f** a**gap’ after finding his White House ‘toys’ – book | World | News

Details of Mr Biden’s early days as President have been detailed in “Peril”, new book by journalist Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. The book claims Mr Trump spent his time on the White House surrounded by “toys”, together with big video screens and golf simulators in his personal dwelling quarters. “Trump’s existence permeated the White House, even the residence. One night, Biden wandered into a room where a huge video screen covered the wall,” mentioned an excerpt from the book obtained by ABC News.

It is claimed that, whereas trying round upon taking office, Mr Biden famous “toys” bought by Mr Trump, allegedly remarking: “What a f**ing a**.”

The new book about Mr Biden additionally claims the forty sixth President struggled with his potential to adapt to life within the White House, with COVID-19 in full swing.

The isolation led to by the presidential residence is claimed to have had a explicit impression on Mr Biden, who needed to be away from his grandchildren.

“It was lonely. Cold. The virus made social events impossible, at least at the start,” the authors of the book wrote, explaining that Mr Biden preferred relaxing with his family.

But, whereas President Biden struggled with his surroundings, the same couldn’t be said of Donald Trump.

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A report in Marie Claire magazine said: “Mr Trump had added two further tv units over and above the one already in his room and requested for personal locks to be put in on his bed room door.”

It went on to claim: “Mr Trump and his spouse Melania additionally had separate sleeping quarters, changing into the one presidential couple to have finished so after the Kennedys.”

Much speculation emerged after the former First Lady shrugged off her husband’s hand while descending the stairs of Air Force One on an official trip.

No love will be lost between the two following the chaos caused post-election, from allegations of fraud, unfair voting and lost votes by Donald Trump, to the Capital riots that questioned the very essence of US democracy.

Furthermore, in a blatant snub to the incoming Biden, Donald Trump broke with tradition by refusing to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony.

Tension has continued to remain between the pair as Donald Trump attempts to revive his political career, continuing to claim the election was fraudulent, and showing clear expression of interest in returning as a candidate in the next election.

Whether Joe Biden will leave any surprises should Trump return, remains to be seen.

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