“Iran knows this and has been warned. If you fuck with us, if you do something bad to us, we are going to do things to you that have never been done before, ”said the president.
This is certainly not the first time Mr. Trump has publicly used strong language.
In March, he was caught swearing on a hot mic ahead of his coronavirus address from the Oval Office.
” “A what? Oh damn… Oh oh, I have a pen mark, ”Mr. Trump heard before his remarks.
In October 2019, the president took to Twitter to attack Democrats and accused them of “wasting everyone’s time and energy on B ****** T”.
And in his first public remarks after being acquitted in his impeachment trial in February, he said: “We first went through Russia, Russia, Russia. It was all b ******.
Observers say it is not clear whether Mr. Trump’s swearing on live radio and television is legal.
The Federal Communications Commission, which regulates the industry, says federal law prohibits “the dissemination of obscene, indecent and profane material.”
But what meets this standard depends on the circumstances according to the FCC.
Mr Trump called Mr Limbaugh’s show for two hours on Friday and told the host he was feeling much better after his treatment for Covid-19 last weekend.
The president awarded the conservative talk show the Presidential Medal of Freedom earlier this year during his State of the Union address.