‘What a f****** a******’: Biden swore when he saw Trump had set-up a giant screen to practice his GOLF in the White House
- Biden reportedly had trouble adjusting to living in the White House, according to the new book ‘Peril’ by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa
- When he first moved in Biden found Trump’s ‘toys’ all over the White House
- One of them was a projector screen that displayed virtual golf courses
- The president also found the White House ‘cold’ and likened it to a ‘tomb’
President Joe Biden dismissed his predecessor as a ‘f**king a**hole’ upon seeing the ‘toys’ he left behind when Biden first moved into the White House in January 2021, according to new Trump book ‘Peril’ released on Tuesday.
When he first moved in to the presidential home Biden found that ‘Trump’s existence permeated the White House,’ authors Bob Woodward and Robert Costa write.
That included a number of gadgets former President Trump acquired and abandoned when he left office, like a giant screen that displayed virtual golf courses where Trump would practice his game.
‘One night, Biden wandered into a room where a huge video screen covered the wall. To relax, Trump used to upload programs to virtually play the world’s most famous golf courses,’ the book states.
‘”What a f**king a**hole,” Biden once said as he surveyed the former president’s toys.’
‘Peril’ documents the final tumultuous months of the Trump presidency and goes into the Biden administration’s takeover from a predecessor who virtually resisted the formal transition process, in the middle of a deadly pandemic.
President Joe Biden had trouble adjusting to life at the White House, the new book ‘Peril’ claims
According to the Washington Post reporters who wrote it, Biden had a difficult time getting used to his new home – which he called a ‘tomb’ – beyond the remnants of Trump.
Biden had reportedly found the White House ‘cold’ and compared it to the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
‘Peril’ was written by Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa
The president, who spends most of his White House weekends back in his home state, much preferred ‘relaxing with the grandkids in Delaware,’ Woodward and Costa wrote.
‘It was lonely. Cold. The virus made social events impossible, at least at the start,’ they wrote.
Chief of Staff Ron Klain reportedly said, ‘Being upstairs at the White House feels like you’re staying at someone else’s house.’
Joe and first lady Jill Biden spoke with People when they first moved in in January, telling the outlet it was ‘comfortable’ but ‘surreal.’
‘The residence staff has been so great, trying to make it feel like home for us. We have family pictures all around, our books, some furniture we brought from home,’ the first lady said.
But according to the book, Biden was sensitive to and ‘hated’ the ex-president’s name being uttered in his presence.
Among the ‘toys’ Donald Trump left at the White House, ‘Peril’ authors write, was a giant projector screen that he used to practice his golf game with virtual version of the world’s most famous courses
He and White House aides referred to Trump as ‘the T word.’
Staff observed that Biden could be ‘prickly and tough,’ particularly when his Republican rival dominated the morning headlines.
He ‘would walk into the Oval Office unhappy some mornings about another round of Trump talk on MSNBC’s pundit roundtable, Morning Joe,’ Woodward and Costa wrote.
Another recent bombshell from the book detailed how firm Biden was on his Afghanistan withdrawal date.
He reportedly overruled objections from both his Secretaries of State and Defense, who suggested a phased military withdrawal while working on a political settlement with the Taliban.
The book claims Biden knew the outcome was ‘unclear’ when he made his decision.