Hot Mic: South Korean President Caught Insulting US Lawmakers
A live microphone caught South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol insulting the United States Congress.
The incident occurred after President Joe Biden pledged $6 billion to the Global Fund. The first $2 billion installment is part of Biden’s proposed 2023 budget, but Congress ultimately decides how the funds are spent, according to The Hill.
The Washington Post published a translation of Yoon’s hot-mic remark: “It would be so humiliating for Biden if these idiots don’t pass it in Congress.”
However, the South China Morning Post had a different translation: “How could Biden not lose damn face if these f—ers do not pass it in Congress?” Yoon said.
Video of the exchange quickly went viral in South Korea, WaPo noted. Yoon took office in May, his first role as an elected official.
Sources: The Hill | The Washington Post | South China Morning Post
3 comments on Hot Mic: South Korean President Caught Insulting US Lawmakers
This article changed it. It was South Korean President Caught Insulting Biden.
So a foreign president thinks those democrats who control Congress are idiots? Considering most of us feel the same way, he’s one foreign dignitary who’s not far from the truth.
ACTUALLY JB IS AN INSULT TO THE UNITED STATES……….ALONG WITH THE REST OF THE DEMS/RINOS.
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