Vice President Joe Biden on 'The View': The F-bomb 'was a little embarrassing'
Vice President Joe Biden stopped by "The View" on Thursday, April 22 and of course the first topic of conversation was the F-bomb he dropped to President Obama when the health care bill was signed into law.
Biden says, "I was just thankful my mother couldn't hear it or see it. It was a little embarrassing ... I realized that there was a microphone, but I had no idea it was that sensitive."
Biden continues that when he and the President got into the limo, "[President Obama] was laughing like the devil ... he said, 'Katie my secretary told me when you said that to me everybody could hear it.'"
He goes on to have an actual discussion about the lack of decorum in politics and the fact that we can't expect kids to respect authority when authorities don't show respect to each other. It's a very interesting discussion.
Check out "The View" website for more video of VP Biden.
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