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Investigating the Bidens

BIDEN IN THE DUMPS: Joe Feels Sad, Guilty Over Hunter's Situation; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.12.23

According to an Axios report, President Joe Biden is prone to fits of fury and depression when confronted with news of First Son Hunter Biden’s struggles. Several GOP-led House committees have been investigating a possible influence-peddling scheme carried out by the father-son pair.

Those close to the POTUS say it’s been incredibly hard on him.

From Axios:

Why it matters: For Biden — who privately has expressed guilt over Hunter’s ongoing legal and political fights — the next year will be emotionally fraught as Hunter faces new criminal charges and will be at the center of the Republican-led impeachment inquiry.

  • The 81-year-old president has suggested to close associates that if he hadn’t run in 2020, Hunter wouldn’t be facing criminal prosecutions or be the target of daily stories by conservative media — all while trying to stay sober and rebuild his life.

The ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter Biden has strained President Biden’s relationship with his attorney general, Merrick Garland, who appointed a special counselin August to oversee the federal investigation into Hunter after the prosecutor requested that status.

  • Only a few long-serving aides feel free to discuss Hunter’s situation with the president, and only at certain moments — knowing that it can prompt both fury and dejection.

More over at Axios:

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