South Korean leader calls US congressmen ‘bastards’

South Korean president insults US congressmen over Biden


South Korean leader speaks harshly against US congressmen
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South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol called US congressmen “bastards” because of their attitude towards US President Joe Biden. It is reported by MailOnline.

“How can Biden not lose his face if these bastards do not drive him out of Congress,” said the head of South Korea. His phrase is associated with Joe Biden’s intention to allocate six billion dollars to the UN Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis.

Earlier, the United States of America and South Korea resumed military exercises. The reason for this is the Sino-Taiwan conflict, writes The Wall Street Journal.

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South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol called US congressmen “bastards” because of their attitude towards US President Joe Biden. It is reported by MailOnline. “How can Biden not lose his face if these bastards do not drive him out of Congress,” said the head of South Korea. His phrase is associated with Joe Biden’s intention to allocate six billion dollars to the UN Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. Earlier, the United States of America and South Korea resumed military exercises. The reason for this is the Sino-Taiwan conflict, writes The Wall Street Journal.

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