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AS LONG AS IT'S OKAY WITH HUNTER! Joe Needed 'Green Light' to Acknowledge Granddaughter

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.03.23

According to an NBC report, President Joe Biden wouldn’t acknowledge his seventh granddaughter Navy until Hunter Biden gave the green light.

From NBC News:

In recent weeks, President Joe Biden realized that his silence was no longer tenable — that it was time for him to publicly recognize his 4-year-old granddaughter caught up in a bitter child support case involving his son Hunter Biden, people familiar with the matter said.

But before he could do so, he wanted to take one final step: getting the “green light” from his son, which he received last week, one source said. And on Friday, Biden finally spoke out about his seventh grandchild whom, for years, he wouldn’t so much as acknowledge in public.

Now, the president wants to meet little Navy Joan Roberts of Arkansas and dispel the notion that he was ignoring a vulnerable member of the Biden family tree that is at the root of his political identity, according to the people familiar with the matter.

Family dramas typically play out in private — though rarely when the nation’s first family is involved. A president who has wrapped himself in family throughout his career is now, in an improbable twist, having to explain why he publicly ghosted a young girl who is as much his grandchild as any of the others whose high school graduations he attends or who playfully call him “Pop.”

Never forget that the Bidens hung a stocking for the dog on Christmas but not for Navy Joan Roberts.

That’s who Joe Biden is.

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