Ted Malloch, Washington's proposed new EU ambassador, shocked BBC presenters this morning when he used the swearword live on air.
The fiery diplomat also predicted the impending political collapse of the EU as President Trump continues to lay down the law.
During an interview with Pienaar's Politics, he warned that Mr Trump will prove a rude awakening for the European Union.
The US economist took no prisoners during his live radio interview, rejecting the "baby talk and political correctness" of EU elites such as Angela Merkel, Jean-Claude Juncker and Guy Verhofstadt.
Listeners of BBC Radio 4's coverage of Brexit are two and a half times more likely to hear the opinions of a pro-EU guest speaker than an anti-EU guest, a report by think tank News Watch found.
Researchers analysed 31 Radio 4 programmes and features about Brexit, which were recently re-released by the station on iPlayer as a series entitled “The Brexit Collection”.
Meanwhile the warmonger weasel who should be in prison is back on the hustle:
Tony Blair is to announce his "mission" to persuade Britons' to "rise up" and change their minds on Brexit.
The former prime minister will say in a speech later that people voted in the referendum "without knowledge of the true terms of Brexit".
He will say he wants to "build support for finding a way out from the present rush over the cliff's edge".
But former Cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith said Mr Blair's comments were arrogant and utterly undemocratic.
Downing Street has said it is "absolutely committed" to seeing Brexit through.
February’s announcement of Malloch’s candidacy prompted strong disapproval from the European Parliament, which described him as a threat to the union.
However, Malloch believes that the media rhetoric is actually more dangerous. Asked about a recent ‘Donald Trump is a spy’ spoof, he pointed out an alarming tendency.
The EU has no choice but to distrust Malloch and Trump, while rolling out the usual red carpet. The EU has to make sure the UK exit is worked out without loosing cash nor by being acrimonious. The EU should support Scotland, discreetly. Then the EU has to batten down the hatches, get rid of NATO and start to think for itself a bit more, while protecting itself from cyber attack, either from the US, the UK or Russia. Knowing what we know from Wikileaks recent release of information, most of the cyber attacks attributed to China and Russia actually come from the CIA.
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