Paranoid Biden Won’t Speak Freely Around ‘MAGA Sympathetic’ Secret Service, Tried to Remove ‘Trump-Tainted’ Resolute Desk from Oval Office.

“Surrounded by a new phalanx of strangers, Biden couldn’t help but wonder, Do these people really want me here?” Chris Whipple writes in his new book.

Start

A deeply paranoid Joe Biden is said to believe the U.S. Secret Service is loyal to former President Donald J. Trump, according to extracts from a new, pro-Biden book. The President’s distrust of his own, world class protection agency extends to refusing to speak openly around Secret Service agents, as well as claiming they lied about his dog Major biting agents in the early days of his presidency.

The Fight of His Life, by Chris Whipple, explains: “A bigger problem was Biden’s discomfort with his Secret Service detail; some of them were MAGA sympathizers. He didn’t trust them… The Secret Service is full of white ex-cops from the South who tend to be deeply conservative.”

New details from the book, obtained early by Ben Jacobs for Vox, also reveal that Biden tried to oust any and all remnants of Donald J. Trump from the White House upon his arrival:

The distrust of Trump was so profound that Biden tried to remove reminders of the former president’s presence from the White House whenever possible. According to Whipple’s account, this included an effort to remove the Resolute desk, which Biden believed was tainted by Trump’s use of it, from the Oval Office and replace it with the desk used by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This fell through, and Roosevelt’s desk remained in Hyde Park, New York.

The Resolute Desk is made from timbers from a British warship, and was gifted to the U.S. by Queen Victoria. Biden wanted Franklin D. Roosevelt’s desk instead, but failed to have it transferred from New York.

MUST READ:  NELLES: Another Biden-Era Recession Looms in 2023. The Question Is: 'How Long, and How Painful?'

Furthermore, according to the New York Post:

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.

“‘What a f—king a–hole,’ Biden said, showing the contraption to a guest,” Whipple writes.

“We respect that there will be no shortage of books written about the administration containing a wide variety of claims. We don’t plan to engage in confirmations or denials when it comes to the specifics of those claims,” a White House spokesman told reporters when asked for comment about the President’s paranoia surrounding his predecessor and the Secret Service officers around him.


Staff Writer

The National Pulse is a part of the American Principles Project.

Stay Connected With Us.

Big Tech keeps banning or shadow-banning us, so we have to keep innovating.

Drop me your e-mail, so they can't keep hiding our work from you.

Raheem Kassam
Editor-in-Chief

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

The National Pulse. will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.