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#RoyalFartJoe Trends On Twitter After White House Refuses To Comment On Biden's Flatulence Scandal At Climate Summit

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The Twitter hashtag #RoyalFartJoe began trending on the social media platform at around 9:00 a.m. on Monday, as speculation mounts about Biden’s reported “long and loud and impossible to ignore” outburst of flatulence at the COP26 climate change summit. Biden reportedly broke wind in front of the U.K.’s Duchess of Cornwall, who hasn’t stopped talking about it.”

As of press time, #RoyalFartJoe has accumulated over 15,000 tweets, landing it at the top of Twitter’s sidebar for trending topics. Silence from Biden and the White House over the emissions scandal has continued to fuel the popularity of the viral hashtag.

National File first reported on the Duchess of Cornwall’s reaction to Biden’s public bodily functions on Sunday, after an “informed source” broke the news of the gas scandal to the U.K. outlet The Daily Mail:

Democrat President of the United States reportedly astonished Camilla, the United Kingdom’s Duchess of Cornwall, with a “long and loud and impossible to ignore” gas-passing session during a summit to discuss greenhouse gases, carbon emissions, and air pollution last week.

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U.K. news outlet The Daily Mail reported on Saturday that “An informed source has told The Mail on Sunday that Camilla was taken aback to hear Biden break wind as they made polite small talk at the global climate change gathering in Glasgow last week.”

According to the Daily Mail, the source further elaborated that “It was long and loud and impossible to ignore,” and “Camilla hasn’t stopped talking about it.”

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