In his first on-camera interview since leaving the White House over two months ago, former President Donald Trump gave his strongest indication that he will make the ultimate comeback in 2024, telling supporters to keep the “hope” when asked about the possibility of running.
President Biden reflected on his younger son, Hunter Biden struggles with substance abuse in the past, declaring that “my boy’s back,” while emotionally discussing the “honesty” reading about his problems detailed in the upcoming memoir.
Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden who leveraged his father’s position when he was Vice President to secure overseas business deals and is currently under federal investigation for his “tax affairs,” plans to release a memoir about his battle with substance abuse.
Outgoing Attorney General William Barr said he saw no reason or has “no plan” to appoint a special counsel to oversee either investigation related to President-elect Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, or to look into President Trump’s claims of election fraud that occurred during the 2020 presidential election.
President-elect Joe Biden defended his son Hunter Biden, saying he has “great confidence” amid an ongoing federal investigation and believes Republicans’ efforts in their calls for a special counsel investigation into his son’s foreign business dealings is a political “cudgel” that amounts to “foul play.”
A Senate hearing regarding the 2020 election irregularities erupted in a fiery spar when Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) admonished Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) in falsely accusing the committee chairman earlier this year in claims the probe into President-elect Joe Biden’s son Hunter was spreading “Russian disinformation.”