He said in an interview on Sunday that Hunter Biden had lost customers since he slept with his brother Bo Biden’s widow Halle Biden in 2016.
“You said you lost customers for this. You lost business because of this? Do you have to quit the World Food Program?” “CBS Sunday Morning” reporter Tracy Smith asked Hunter Biden (Hunter Biden).
Hunter said that when he was in “close relatives”, he began to establish contact with the brother’s widow.
According to PolitiFact, Biden served on the board of directors of the World Food Program USA from 2011 to 2017.
President Biden’s son said: “Yes. I made many decisions that I shouldn’t have made.” “People who know me have more compassion and understanding. But this is also a terrible moment.”
The young Biden said that he understood why other people would be “confused”
He said: “I think people are confused about this. I understand this. I did.” “For me, this is not a difficult thing to explain, because it stems from the real thing we both share. Overwhelming sadness. We are together and trying to do the right thing. This sadness becomes hope for love. Maybe it can make up for what we have lost. But that’s no use.”
Biden detailed the incident in his upcoming memoir “The Beautiful Things.”
He wrote based on a copy of the book obtained by Fox News: “This is something based on needs, hope, vulnerability and doom.”
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After the funeral of his brother Bo, who died of brain cancer in 2015, Hunter said that he began to spend a lot of time in Halle Biden’s home to help the children live in Bo’s absence. He said that he sleeps in Murphy’s bed in the study most nights and takes the children to school in the morning.
But according to Hunter, it wasn’t until Hunter finished working at the Grace Grove Rehabilitation Center in Sedona, Arizona that he and Hallie began a romantic relationship.
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Hunter wrote in “The Beautiful Thing”: “Body and spirit have been wiped out. I called Hallie and asked if she would come to Arizona to pick me up. I hope she will accompany me back.” “I don’t believe in myself. I can get back home without slipping and falling, without taking a detour into the pit I entered there.”
“She flew out the next day. I was at the lowest point, when she needed it most, and we abandoned each other.-It seemed to depend on us to grow into a shared love,” he said.
Morgan Phillips of Fox News contributed to this report.