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WATCH: Joe Biden get in heated debate with autoworker over guns, says he's 'full of sh*t'

Joe Biden got in a bit of a war of words with an automotive worker in Michigan—a state Biden is projected to win—over gun reform, eventually hurling a vulgarity at the man.

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Joe Biden got in a bit of a war of words with an automotive worker in Michigan—a state Biden is projected to win—over gun reform, eventually hurling a vulgarity at the man.

According to Politico writer Natasha Korecki, Joe was making his way through an under-construction auto plant in Detroit before getting in the altercation.

The argument broke out when Biden was accused by one worker of trying to take away his second amendment rights. One video shows Biden telling the man that he's "full of shit."

The gaffe-prone Biden is projected to win the Great Lake State, as nominee hopeful Bernie Sanders' chances of winning quickly seem to fall in the rearview.

"Every state is terribly important, and I think coming Tuesday, maybe Michigan is the most important state," Sanders told reporters Friday in Detroit.

Sanders had previously won the state in 2016 over Hillary Clinton.

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