Joe Biden Finally Issues A Statement About Hunter Biden

Joe Biden has been strange­ly silent about his prob­lem­at­ic son Huter Biden since his ‘hard dri­ve from hell’ was released right before vot­ing day. Hunter’s hard dri­ve con­tains a trea­sure trove of evi­dence on it from alleged incest, drug use, pro­lif­ic sex­u­al activ­i­ty, but most impor­tant­ly deals he did with Chi­na and Ukraine in exchange for access to his father, who was Vice Pres­i­dent at the time.

After pre­vi­ous­ly deny­ing any wrong­do­ing and defend­ing his son, Joe is now respond­ing to the ongo­ing ques­tions about “where’s Hunter?’ and the curios­i­ty peo­ple have about if he’ll be giv­en anoth­er job he does­n’t deserve nor is qual­i­fied for, under a Biden administration.

The New York Post reports:

Pres­i­dent-elect Joe Biden on Thurs­day said that his son Hunter Biden won’t reap an over­seas busi­ness wind­fall from his new job as com­man­der in chief.

“My son, my fam­i­ly will not be involved in any busi­ness, any enter­prise that is in con­flict with or appears to be in con­flict with where there’s appro­pri­ate dis­tance from the pres­i­den­cy and gov­ern­ment,” Biden told CNN jour­nal­ist Jake Tap­per in a taped interview.

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Authored by:
Aman­da Shea
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