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MSNBC Host Caught On Hot Mic Uttering Curse Word About Biden

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MSNBC host Joy Reid cursed live on air, targeting President Biden and criticizing Republicans for taking credit for bills they voted against.

She also accused the GOP of obstructing an immigration bill for the sake of Donald Trump.

During a monologue, Reid was heard saying “Starting another f—— war” before apologizing for the explicit language.

“Over the weekend, President Biden said he’s ready to take action if Congress is serious about solving the border issue,” Reid said.

“Starting another f—— war,” she was caught saying shortly after.

“I was chatting during a clip that was playing, and you know, we try to keep this show very PG-13, so I just want to apologize to anyone who was listening to my ‘behind the scenes’ chatter. I deeply, deeply apologize for that,” Reid later said.

The Biden administration’s handling of conflicts in the Middle East was also discussed, with critics accusing the president of failing to deter Iran’s aggression and not doing enough to stop Israel’s deadly airstrikes in Gaza.

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