President Joe Biden expressed anger over reminders of former President Donald Trump in the White House, according to a new book.
The forthcoming title "The Fight of His Life" by Chris Whipple says that Biden was full of rage when Trump's name would come up during White House discussions.
— New York Post (@nypost) December 31, 2022
"Biden unleashed his ire on an upstairs room where Trump had installed a big-screen TV and a golf simulator that allowed him to practice his swing to the virtual backdrop of famous courses," the New York Post reported.
"'What a f—king a–hole,' Biden said, showing the contraption to a guest," Whipple wrote.
"Biden also demanded the banishment of the Resolute Desk from the Oval Office — merely because Trump had used it," the report added.
Tensions have been high since Biden took office, according to a new book by author Chris Whipple. https://t.co/UOMhb21WGJ
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) December 29, 2022
The book also argues that tensions have been high between Biden and the Secret Service.
"According to author Chris Whipple, Biden's relationship with the agency has been testy since he entered the office, noting that 'some of' the agents were staunch supporters of Donald Trump," another report stated.
"Tensions have only grown since text messages by agents, obtained by the House Select Committee investigating Jan. 6, revealed that some who remained within the security detail had rooted for the attack on the Capitol," it added.
The book also claims part of the distrust resulted from the president's dog Major, who made headlines over biting a Secret Service agent.
The book is certain to lead to more controversy after its Jan. 17 release date, offering more details concerning the Biden White House.
Source: New York Post