College football fans in the US have been directing taunts at US President Joe Biden in the last few days, with the latest one at the Auburn/Alabama State game on Saturday.

Multiple instances of attendees of college football games chanting "f*** Joe Biden" have been captured on camera and shared on social media. Auburn University students were caught reciting the chant during their 62-0 beatdown of Alabama State in a video posted on Twitter. According to The Athletic, the student section at Alabama also did the same on Saturday.

The chant also broke out at Mississippi State during their victory over NC State, reported New York Post. Earlier this month, the chants took place at Coastal Carolina University, Virginia Tech and Texas A&M.

Donald Trump Jr., son of former President Donald Trump, predicted that this trend will not stop any time soon. He said the Biden presidency has "gotten so bad that the media can't run cover for him anymore," Fox News reported.

Trump Jr. talked about the Afghanistan crisis, and said, "I can go through fifty points on it, $65 to $80 billion of equipment left to our enemies, giving them a kill list of American citizens, giving them the biometric scanners… pulling out the military before you pull out civilians." He also mentioned the inflation and economy and border crisis. He feels the chants will continue because it's "not getting any better until we say, ‘enough is enough.’"

Meanwhile on Monday, more than 1,000 people gathered in Boise, Idaho during Biden's visit to rail against his plan to bring COVID-19 under control, 2020 presidential election and several other issues, according to Associated Press.

Lisa Mitchell of Middleton, Idaho, wore a “Trump won 2020” sticker, and said she joined other protestors because she doesn’t believe last year’s election was valid and thinks Trump was actually the winner.

Many people who showed up for the demonstration waved US flags hung upside down as a signal of distress or carried expletive-laden signs.

The President visited the capital city of Idaho to promote his administration’s recent use of a wartime law to help in wildfire preparedness, to push his economic agenda and survey wildfire damage.

Joe Biden U.S. President Joe Biden speaks in the Roosevelt Room on the continuing situation in Afghanistan and the developments of Hurricane Henri at the White House on August 22, 2021 in Washington, DC. The White House announced earlier that in a 24 hour period starting on August 21st that US military flights evacuated approximately 3,900 personnel and 35 coalition aircraft evacuated approximately 3,900 personnel. Tropical Storm Henri made landfall around Long Island, New York on Sunday. Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images