US President Joe Biden has managed to “sneakily and cunningly” evade any problems with his son Hunter Biden, by pulling the “sympathy” and “addict” cards, says New York Post Columnist Miranda Devine.
It comes as Hunter Biden is set to release his memoir, ‘Beautiful Things’ in April of this year.
Ms Devine said she doesn’t think, “funnily enough,” that Hunter Biden is going to “mention anything about his business dealings” in the book.
Ms Devine said the book is seemingly about “what a wonderful person he is” because he “somehow” managed “miraculously” to emerge from his drug addictions.
“So, we had Joe Biden on Super Bowl Sunday and the pre-game show with CBS giving this teary interview telling everybody how proud he was of his son,” Mr Devine said.
During the interview Mr Biden had said, “my boy’s back”.
“So, that’s just a very clever way and it’s a way that basically Joe Biden has quite sneakily and cunningly managed to evade any problems with Hunter Biden and his nefarious influence pedelling business overseas that was very lucrative for him and for the other members of the family that were involved with it,” Ms Devine said.
“And Joe Biden just pulls the sympathy card and the addict card and somehow he gets away with it”.