‘The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House’ is set to release next month.

The book will give the American public insight in to Biden’s mindset when making key policy decisions and conversations he had with his staffers that led up to those decisions.

In one excerpt that was released before the book hits the market in January, Biden reportedly expressed frustration with his staffers over the ongoing crisis at the border.

In 2021, the Biden administration set a record for the number of illegal immigrants who were apprehended at the border.  This year, the record is set to be broken again.

The author, Chris Wipple, claims that Biden would walk around the White House cursing at staffers over a lack of solutions to the crisis.

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The border crisis, was, of course, caused by the Biden administration’s own policies, including their push to repeal Title 42, a pandemic-era order put in to place by President Trump that allowed for an expedited expulsion of illegal immigrants.

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President Biden was furious and cursed repeatedly about the border crisis as illegal immigrants kept flocking to the overwhelmed southern border, according to an upcoming book detailing the first years of Biden’s presidency.

In “The Fight of His Life: Inside Joe Biden’s White House,” author Chris Whipple describes Biden’s fury as his administration attempted to get a grip of the raging crisis at the border in 2021 – where a historic surge was underway, and there was growing criticism of his administration.

“Meanwhile, illegal immigrants kept arriving. And Biden was furious,” the book says. “Aides had rarely seen him so angry. From all over the West Wing, you could hear the president cursing, dropping f-bombs (he’d always apologize when women were present).”

One senior adviser told Whipple that the frustration came from a “lack of solutions.”

“It’s like, ‘How would you feel if you were me and these were the solutions you had?’ It’s the weight of the presidency, right?’” the adviser said.

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