Biden’s Sister Launches Attack On Trump

According to the sister of President Joe Biden, the various legal issues that Hunter Biden is undergoing are the fault of former President Donald J. Trump. Valerie Biden Owens insists that Hunter is suffering due to Trump’s allegedly “very intent” efforts to undermine her brother.

During an appearance on “CBS Mornings,” Biden’s sister blasted Trump to host Gayle King, claiming that she knew well in advance that the presidential race between Trump and her brother would become intensely heated.

Declaring that she “wasn’t enthusiastic about Joe getting involved in was the 2020 presidency,” Valerie declared that she was “not disappointed” to see that the presidential election became “ugly and mean” because she “was expecting” that situation to arise.

“The former president is very intent on bringing my brother down,” Valerie insisted.

Over the past few months, a federal grand jury has heard damning testimony regarding skeptical sources of income for Hunter Biden, including an array of suspect payments he received for holding a position with no responsibilities on a Ukrainian energy company board, per at least two individuals familiar with Hunter’s antics.

In addition, the New York Post also recently reported that emails on the president’s son’s laptop directly implicate Joe Biden himself, given that Hunter oftentimes brazenly pushed his father to promote or hire his friends during the Obama administration.

When Biden’s sister was asked about whether or not Hunter is “a problem for the family,” she promptly blamed Trump once again.

“I assume that from the beginning the former president and his entourage would attack my brother by going and attacking the family,” Valerie brayed, “because of all of the policies and principles Joe stood for.”

The president’s sister then accused Trump of “[attacking] my brother’s child,” before justifying Hunter’s highly questionable conduct in foreign affairs as the mere byproduct of “addiction.”


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