Office of the President 尹 What I said if I threw him, not Biden, in the profanity debate

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The president’s office countered that the interpretation of President Yoon Seok-yeol’s controversial comments had been distorted, saying it was not aimed at US President Joe Biden or the US Congress.

Kim Eun-hye, senior public relations secretary, said at a briefing in New York on the 22nd (local time) regarding President Yoon’s controversial comments, “There is no mention of the United States, and there is no reason to say Biden. “

Earlier, President Yoon attended the ‘Global Fund Financial Commitment Meeting’ held in a building in New York the day before and had a conversation with US President Biden for 48 seconds before leaving the meeting room and told Foreign Minister Park Jin, “If these XXs do not approve in the National Assembly, the Biden Debate will arise when he raised a scene that seemed to say, “What should I do because I am ashamed?” caught on camera.

Regarding the circumstances of the comments, Chief Kim said, “President Yoon (in his speech at the conference) announced the government’s keynote to fulfill the responsibility of the international community for freedom and unity. “I conveyed to Foreign Minister Park Jin a concern that “The country may not stand up if it defeats the government and refuses to fulfill its minimum responsibility to the international community,” he said.

Then, “Secretary Park replied that he would persuade the opposition parties to pass the budget,” he said.

When asked if President Yoon’s comments meant he was directed at the National Assembly, Kim replied “yes”. Even when asked if the part expressed in profanity is our National Assembly, he repeatedly emphasized that “it is not the Congress of the United States.”

In other words, President Yoon’s comments were not referring to the US Congress or Biden as ‘what if these XXs don’t approve and blow them up in the National Assembly,’ but meant their be speaking to the National Assembly, where the Democratic Party of Korea has a majority.

Regarding the opposition’s offensive of profanity, Kim said, “I always accept criticism of the president and the administration of state affairs, but dividing the alliance wrongly is an act of self-harm in the national interest.” The people will know better than anyone,” he said.

Kim Soo-young, reporter at

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