In one of his typical softball interviews from the liberal press, Joe Biden made a direct promise that no one on his family would have a role in government or any influence over foreign policy decisions.
“No one in our family and extended family is going to be involved in any government undertaking or foreign policy,” Biden said in an interview.
Biden pointedly made these comments in a passive aggressive attack against former President Trump, whose daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner were brought on as White House advisers. It is not the fault of President Trump that Joe Biden’s children are so unremarkable, so keeping them out of the White House is probably for the best.
“Nobody has an office in this place,” he said.
Joe is delivering these promises on the heels of on-going scandals involving key members of his family, notably his son Hunter.
Hunter Biden is no stranger to leveraging his Dad’s position in the White House to score lucrative foreign deals that enrich his entire family. Between secret dealings in Beijing, the $3 million he scored from the Moscow mayor’s wife, or his holdings in a controversial Ukrainian energy company, Hunter is quite the jet set.
“No one in my family will have an office in the White House, will sit in on meetings as if they are a Cabinet member, will have any business relationship with anyone that relates to a foreign corporation or a foreign country. Period. Period. End of story,” Biden blurted.
The White House has refuses to confirm whether Hunter has divested from his business dealings in China. Joe and his handlers have maintained a strict policy not to discuss his son, as an on-going federal investigation is underway.