Hot Mic Picks Up South Korean President’s Profane-Laced Reaction to Biden’s UN Speech

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol inadvertently expressed his true feelings about President Joe Biden’s speech at the United Nations on Wednesday while speaking into a hot microphone.

Suk-yeol warned that Biden was hasty when he pledged $6 billion in American funding to the United Nations Global Fund.

“We will work with our partners in Congress to contribute an additional $6 billion to the Global Fund,” Biden said in a speech to the UN General Assembly.

Suk-yeol was aware that Congress would have to approve the funds, and he made obscenity references to US legislation.

However, Suk-yeol was apparently unaware that he was being recorded with a hot microphone when he expressed his skepticism to his assistants.


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“How could Biden not lose his damn face when this shit doesn’t make it in Congress?”

The profane remark was widely circulated in South Korea.

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Suk-yeol’s critics called his microphone mishap a diplomatic embarrassment for the country, according to CBS.

The leader of the country’s opposition Democratic Party accused the country’s conservative-leaning president of belittling a key Pacific ally.

Park Hong-keun said Suk-yeol’s mic blunder was a “major diplomatic mishap,” according to CBS.

A South Korean government official spoke to national news agency Yonhap, downplaying remarks Suk-yeol refused to make public.


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“I find it highly inappropriate to make any connection between private statements and diplomatic achievements,” said the unnamed official.

The same official even expressed skepticism about the accuracy of the recording.

“He didn’t speak publicly on stage but in passing, and while I don’t know who recorded it or how, I actually think it should be verified.”

The United States is already the largest single contributor to the United Nations budget, according to the Council on Foreign Relations.

The more than $11 billion that the United States provided to the United Nations in 2020 accounted for almost a fifth of the global organization’s total budget.

According to Yonhap, the Global Fund, which Biden pledges, will help fight international diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. Hot Mic Picks Up South Korean President’s Profane-Laced Reaction to Biden’s UN Speech

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