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Joe Biden Claims That His Adulterous and Corrupt Son Who Had His First Arrest at 18 is a ‘Brilliant’ and ‘Honorable Guy’

Joe Biden Claims That His Adulterous and Corrupt Son Who Had His First Arrest at 18 is a ‘Brilliant’ and ‘Honorable Guy’

Former Vice President Joe Biden defended his corrupt and adulterous son during an interview with NBC on Sunday.

Appearing on Meet the Press, Biden claimed that his scandalous son Hunter is a “brilliant, honorable guy” and said that President Donald Trump’s attacks on him are “cruelty.”
“My son’s a brilliant, honorable guy who — who feels so guilty for being put in this spot — that he put me in this spot,” Biden said.
Hunter Biden’s first arrest may have been when he was 18. Hunter was arrested on Jersey Shore on drug charges in 1988 and had his record expunged.
Many years later and after several stops into drug treatment facilities Hunter joined his father the Vice President on a trip to China in 2013 where Hunter — inexperienced and out of place — was able to secure a $1.5 billion from China for private equity fund which he was forming at the time.
A year later in early 2014 Hunter was discharged from the Navy for testing positive for cocaine.
Biden was also asked by host Chuck Todd if it’s possible that Trump speaking out against his son might have cost him Iowa and New Hampshire. His son is under scrutiny for taking an extremely high paying job at Ukrainian gas company Burisma while Biden was still Vice President.
Additionally, a Ukranian prosecutor  says that he was fired for investigating the company for corruption. He claims the government was pressured to get rid of him by the then-vice president Biden.

“Have you thought about the fact that the president is campaigning against you and your son might have been effective? That it might have cost you Iowa, might have cost you New Hampshire? Has that crossed your mind?” Chuck Todd asked Biden.
“It has,” Biden said, “but, you know, I can’t focus on that, Chuck. I’ve got to focus on the future.”
Biden also said that he wants to know Senator Lindsey Graham did not defend John McCain enough when he was being called out by President Trump.
“I went out of my way for Lindsey,” Biden said, “and Lindsey recorded things that were so — about what a wonderful guy I am. But when I watched how Lindsey responded under pressure to John McCain, our mutual friend — John and I went at each other hammer and tong, but at his deathbed he asked me to do his eulogy. We were friends. He was honorable, he was decent. It just stunned me that [Graham] did not respond to the attacks on John that were made by this president so viciously.”

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