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REPORT: North Korea Calls Joe Biden A 'Rabid Dog' Who 'Must Be Beaten With A Stick'

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A breaking report claims the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea government referred to presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden as a “rabid dog only keen at getting at others’ throats.”

The report calls Biden a “profiteer” who wanders about “like a starving field dog” and “must be beaten to death with a stick, before it is too late.”

The report also references allegations that Biden to tried to put the brakes on the 2011 mission to assassinate Al-Qaeda terrorist figurehead Osama bin Laden.

The DPRK provided no source for those allegations.

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In other Biden-related news, the candidate’s campaign staff ejected minority women from a campaign event:

Two black women were forcibly removed from a Joe Biden campaign event for wearing red Trump t-shirts.

Former Vice President, Joe Biden, held a “community event” for his presidential campaign at Hillside High School in Durham, North Carolina, on Sunday.

“I was removed for being black.  I saw a white woman with a pink , Women for Trump shirt who was allowed to attend the entire event,” Shemeka Michelle told National File.

Michelle, a Trump supporter, is a graduate of the historically Black High School, and also the mother of a child who attends the school.

“This is my community.  I am from here,” she said.

“I know the principal of the school, I was told to leave by Biden employees, not school employees.  My friend who was with me, who also has a child in the school, was physically forced out.  She was so upset that she cried,” Michelle said.

Michelle told National File that she had been invited to the event by some friends who are Joe Biden supporters.

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