Joe the Divider is not only impacting the United States.
If we are to believe the comments made by South Korea's president, one of our allies is not exactly happy with Joe Biden's recent comments.
The South Korean president was caught on a hot mic with a profanity-laced review of Joe's speech.
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol disapproved of Joe Biden's pledging to increase the United States' contribution to the U.N. Global Fund.
The problem for Biden is that the contribution has to be approved by Congress.
Democrats will lose control of the House next January, and I can tell you there is no way that Republicans will ever approve that.
As Biden made the pledge, Yoon could be heard saying, "How could Biden not lose damn face if these f---ers do not pass it in Congress?"
This is a bit of a problem for both countries.
Yoon is correct that if Congress does not approve the contribution, Joe Biden gets called out on the world stage.
Biden has been trying to buy people's respect rather than earning it.
As far as Yoon is concerned, we can only imagine who he was referring to.
He knows that Democrats are about to get booted out of office, so you see where I am going with that.
One South Korean official stated, "He wasn't speaking publicly on the stage but in passing, and although I don't know who recorded it and how, I actually think it should be verified."
Criticism of Yoon started to flow, with accusations that he was creating a diplomatic problem between the United States and South Korea.
The official tried to temper that, stating, "I think it's highly inappropriate to draw a link between private remarks and diplomatic accomplishments.
"It's quite regrettable that a diplomatic disaster is being talked about over something like that when he is doing everything to complete a demanding schedule in the national interest of the Republic of Korea."
Source: Fox News