Son Hunter is facing up to the various decisions that make him the top priority of the 2020 presidential election in his new memoir.
This book sheds light on his long-term struggle with drug addiction and his way of dealing with things.
He talked with “CBS This Morning” co-host Anthony Mason (Anthony Mason) about whether his business dealings crossed the line, including working for a Ukrainian company, which became a big problem in President Trump’s first impeachment. , And whether he regrets putting his father’s political future at the top risk.
He said: “The question of whether I will do it again is not.”
In the memoirs, Biden defended his decision to serve as a board member.His father served as vice president and was responsible for overseeing US policy in the region.
“You grew up in politics. Don’t you think you might put the big bullseye on yourself?” Mason asked.
Biden said that he “didn’t fully understand the level of the previous government and the people around it.”
He said: “For the past four years, the differences between the politics you are talking about is a very different game.” “And I don’t want to-never again want to give weapons to people who would use them illegally- They will use my weapons against my father.”
Towards the end of the 2020 election campaign, another problem arose.President Trump’s allies and media supporters promote potentially guilty documentsMay belong to Hunter Biden.
The laptop was delivered to the FBI by the owner of a computer store in Delaware.
Biden onlyOnce in his book.
Mason asked if the laptop really belonged to him.
“You don’t need a laptop. You have a book. This book-it’s all in the book. I don’t know,” he replied with a smile.
Biden continued: “The serious answer is that I really don’t know the answer.”
He said he did not remember leaving a laptop at a repair shop in Delaware.
He said: “But whether anyone has my laptop, whether it’s my hacker, whether they really have a laptop, I really don’t know.”
When Biden said that he did not know whether he lacked a laptop, he pointed out that “after reading this book, you will realize that I did not have a good grasp of property in about four years.”
By the end of 2020, Biden admitted that federal authorities are investigating potential tax violations. When asked whether his legal team was engaged in any form of plea bargaining, Biden said no.
He told Anthony Mason that he was committed to “fully cooperating” with the appropriate authorities if they needed his help.
When asked whether President Biden had profited from his son’s business or his money, Biden confidently said “no”.
“Nothing,” he said. “It was never nickel…directly or indirectly not nickel.”
In 2018, Biden misplaced his pistol near the peak of his struggle with drug addicts, triggering a law enforcement investigation.
Some new details emerged in March, suggesting that the Secret Service may be improperly involved.
Biden said: “I am worried that I will get hurt or make a difference.”
Mason asked: “Harry, your brother’s widow, threw the gun away. Is she trying to protect you?”
Biden thought so.
He said: “I think she just cares about me.” He added that he was in a difficult time in his life at the time.
He said Halle’s intention was to “make sure I didn’t do anything to hurt myself”.
According to reports, the Secret Service had searched for sales records at some point.
Biden said he didn’t know anything about it, he didn’t know it at the time.
However, he admitted that the authorities already knew about the loss of guns.
“At the moment, they knew, we knew the gun was lost. Halle threw the gun in the trash can. When I realized the gun was gone, I told her,’You can’t do that,'” he said. “So she went back, and they-the police came to help retrieve the gun, and the gun was retrieved. Some people believe that I picked up the gun through the trash can within a few hours and they found the gun. This is it The end of the ending. The story.”
Mason asked again if he knew of the involvement of the Secret Service.
Biden said: “I don’t know. I don’t know what the Secret Service is or what? Why is it so? I don’t think that is true. As far as I know.”
The Secret Service told CBS News that there was no record of any agent participating in this incident, and the then President Biden had not yet been protected.
“The Beautiful Things” will be released by the Gallery Gallery of Simon & Schuster, a subsidiary of ViacomCBS, on Tuesday, April 6.
Watch the “CBS This Morning” interview with “Hunter Valley Biden”: