Tuesday, May 17

Hunter Biden: “My brother had just died, I had separated, he was alone and drinking to die”

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Hunter Biden

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Hunter Biden spoke to the BBC days after his memoir, “Pretty Things” was published.

Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, reflected in an interview with the BBC about his public fight against drug and alcohol addiction.

Biden declared that his life “is not a tabloid newspaper.” “I don’t belong to a government, I belong to a family,” he told the BBC.

But he said he was taking responsibility for “creating a story … one that any conscientious person would know would be a sensational story.”

In the interview, Biden, 51, also addressed the scrutiny that both he and his father faced for his work with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.


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